The Morning Swim Show: Swimming, Water Polo and Diving News; Troy Dumais Talks About Diving; Sid Cassidy Explains Open-Water Olympic Selection; Frank Busch Offers Advice on IM Turns

PHOENIX, Arizona, May 13. TUESDAY'S edition of The Morning Swim Show rounds up some of the fast swimming and top-flight diving that took place over the weekend.

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In the news segment, host Peter Busch talks about the new national high school record and the fourth-straight NCAA championship for the UCLA women's water polo team.

To round out the news segment, Brent Rutemiller does an interview with diver Troy Dumais at the AT&T USA Diving Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Duamis talks about how the meet continues to prepare him for the upcoming Olympic Trials and how diving against the world's best helps his confidence.

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In Reaction Time, Busch talks to Sid Cassidy, the chair of the FINA open water technical committee, about the upcoming test event in Beijing that will put 11 more men and 11 more women on the roster for the inaugural 10K Olympic race. He also gives details on the race course, which will be held at the rowing venue.

Individual medley transition turns are the focus in this week's Tips and Technique. Frank Busch, head coach at the University of Arizona, talks about the proper way to do a crossover turn from backstroke to breaststroke. Olympic hopeful Whitney Myers demonstrates the turn, with above-water and below-water camera angles.

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