Sarah Henry With Fairytale Win in 400 IM, Video Interview

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GREENSBORO- Texas A&M senior Sarah Henry was relieved and delighted with her win in the 400 IM on night two of NCAAs. Georgia’s Amber McDermott gave her a scare during the race, but Henry kept her cool and finished in a smoking 4:02.47. Winning the 400 IM in her home state her senior season is a dream come true for Henry. She was feeling the support from the crowd of 18 family members and neighbors cheering from the stands.

Here Henry talks to Swimming World about bouncing back from tearing her ACL, dealing with the expectations of being top seed, and her plans for post-grad life.

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    Mac

    Missy Franklin is a class act! Congrats Missy.

Author: Annie Grevers

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Annie (Chandler) Grevers is a staff writer for Swimming World. She swam for the University of Arizona, winning the 100 yard breaststroke at the NCAA DI Championships as a senior in 2010. She was also a member of six NCAA Championship relays during her college career as well as a member of Arizona’s NCAA Championship title in 2008. She represented the United States at the Pan Pacific Games in 2010 and at the Pan American Games in 2011, where she won the 100 breaststroke. She is married to Matt Grevers and resides in Tucson, Arizona.

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