Kelsi Worrell Flying Into New Team Captain Role At Louisville (Morning Swim Show)

Knoxville, TN - December 7, 2013: Kelsi Worrell Wins the Women's 200 Butterfly during the 2013 AT&T Swimming Winter National Championships on December 7, 2013 in Knoxville, Tennessee at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center. Photo By Matthew DeMaria/Tennessee Athletics

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PHOENIX, Arizona, October 21. Kelsi Worrell joins today’s edition of The Morning Swim Show to talk about being a Louisville team captain, winning a medal at US Nationals, and why the baseball team has it easy compared to the swim team.

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Worrell is the reigning U.S. national champion in the 200-yard butterfly, something that continues to surprise her given that she focuses more on the 100 fly. Being talented in both distances is a rarity among females, and she talks about training to excel in the short and longer fly events. Along with being a leader in the pool, she’s also a team captain, which she is still adjusting to this season but is happy to have support. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.

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