The Morning Swim Show, March 4, 2011: Jane Trepp Ready to Reverse the Trend of Swimming Slower at NCAAs

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 4. LSU swimmer Jane Trepp won the 100 breast at the SEC championships, and on today's edition of The Morning Swim Show, she talks about keeping her focus through to the NCAA meet and swimming as fast or faster.

Trepp, who hails from Estonia, also details the state of swimming there and what Estonia's link is to LSU swimming. She's a psychology major, and she talks about how swimming and psychology connect. Watch the full show in the video player below and visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.

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