Kathleen Baker Explains World Record Swim (VIDEO INTERVIEW)

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Kathleen Baker broke her first career long course world record on Saturday night in Irvine, California with a 58.00 in the 100 back final at the 2018 Phillips 66 USA Swimming National Championships. Baker talked about how she motivated herself to break the world record after Kylie Masse broke it last year at the World Championships.

Baker also went on about how she has adjusted her goals this year and how often she looked at her goal time for the 100 back.

Baker also revealed what she had for lunch today that propelled her to break a world record.

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