Morning Swim Show: Relive Nathan Adrian At The 2012 Olympic Trials

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In this Morning Swim Show episode, Nathan Adrian talks about the differences between the 2008 Beijing Olympic Trials compared to the 2012 Trials, stating, “In ’08 I was just some kid who had a chance of making the team. This time, I am still a kid, that is expected to make the team.”

Adrian also discussed whether people are swimming “fast enough” at this point before the games and how the crowd can play into the athlete’s performance. Lastly, Adrian was asked to comment on how the U.S. will stack up against the Aussies in London.  Listen to his responses at this video of his press conference.

Revisit this 2012 Olympic Trial interview from the SwimmingWorld.TV video Vault.

Adrian went on to win individual gold in the 100M Freestyle and helped the U.S. claim silver in the 4×100 Freestyle Relay at the London Olympic Games.

The Morning Swim Show went into the SwimmingWorld.TV vault to relive some of the great interviews from the 2012 USA Olympic Swimming Trials. You can watch all 223 athlete interviews by visiting our 2016 Olympic Trial landing page.

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Special thanks to FINIS for sponsoring the Morning Swim Show’s interview segments. Visit FINIS to learn more about their innovative products for aquatic athletes.

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    “In ’08 I was just some kid who had a chance of making the team. This time, I am still a kid, that is expected to make the team.”

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