PHOENIX, Arizona, March 5. TODAY’S live edition of The Morning Swim Show featured interviews with the newest national high school record holders and a defending champion from last year’s men’s NCAA Division I meet.
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 Kyle Whitaker, who was the last swimmer to lower the boys’ 200 IM national high school record. Whitaker talks about his swim and the close race he had in the 100 butterfly at the state meet. He also talks about his options for college. (Watch only Kyle Whitaker’s interview here.)
The four swimmers on the Glenbrook South High School 200 free relay that broke the 17-year-old national high school record talk about their splits, how they trained toward breaking the record and what the swim means to them. (Watch only Glenbrook South’s interview here.)
Finally, Pat Schirk, the defending champion in the 200 back at the NCAA championships, talks about the difficulty with mentally preparing for the defense of his title. He also talks about his strategy of the 200 back and how much he’s been training for that race. (Watch only Pat Schirk’s interview here.)
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