PHOENIX, Arizona, April 8. TODAY'S live edition of The Morning Swim Show featured interviews with the two past male high school swimmers of the year honored by Swimming World Magazine and members of the winning collegiate synchro swimming team.
In case you missed our live show (airing each weekday at 10:30 a.m. MST), you can watch the video below and see host Peter Busch's interview with Austin Staab, who swam the fastest 100-yard butterfly in history at the NCAA championships. Staab also talked about the last 25 of the race, in which he did not breathe at all. He also talked about his outlook for this summer's world championships trials.
Jimmy Feigen broke through two major barriers in the sprint freestyles at the NCAAs and he talked about how he was able to get through the pressures of his freshman year and swim against the best in the country.
Becky Kim and Jillian Penner of The Ohio State University's synchronized swim team that won the collegiate national championship, talked about the intricacies of the sport, how it felt to win the meet and what their plans are in preparing for the summer.
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