Video Interview Eugene Godsoe: Pieces Fell into Place to Be Top US Butterflier

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, June 28. STANFORD'S Eugene Godsoe talks about becoming the leader in sprint butterfly for the United States after winning the 50 and 100 butterfly at the 2013 USA Swimming nationals. Godsoe says he's mostly been training for backstroke this year, but is looking forward to finally take the steps to get to the next level in the butterfly.

Men's 100 Butterfly recap: A day after making his first major international squad with a 50 fly victory, Stanford volunteer assistant coach Eugene Godsoe earned his second national title with a surprise victory in the men's 100-meter fly at the U.S. Nationals and World Championship Trials.

Godsoe blitzed the field with a scorching time of 51.66 to move to fourth in the world rankings. That's Godsoe's first time under 52 seconds, trumping his lifetime best of 52.13 from this morning. Godsoe has been a revelation here at the IU Natatorium.

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