The Morning Swim Show: Serbian Water Polo Legend Talks About Country’s Political Upheaval; Natalie Coughlin Discusses New World Record; Inside Swimming World Magazine

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 21. THE Thursday edition of The Morning Swim Show travels to the other side of the world where a new country is being formed, then returns Stateside to talk to Natalie Coughlin.

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Host Brent Rutemiller talks to Igor Milanovic, double Olympic gold medalist in water polo for Yugoslavia, about the transition taking place in Serbia as Kosovo declares independence. Milanovic answers the question on whether the USA Men's Water Polo team was safe while in his country during the surprise declaration.

In Reaction Time, Natalie Coughlin talks about her surprising world record in the 100 back. It was the second time she has broken that mark in less than a year. In the interview, she also talks about the remaining meets leading up to Olympic Trials and how she's preparing for her second run at gold.

Every Thursday's show ends with a look inside Swimming World Magazine. This week, Rutemiller talks about stories in the Swim section of the magazine, as well one of the embedded interviews available to premium members.

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