The Morning Swim Show: New York Times Article on Missing Gene and Testosterone; Open-Water Focus and Interviews with Steven Munatones and Chloe Sutton

PHOENIX, Arizona, May 8. THE Thursday edition of The Morning Swim Show continues to highlight the FINA Open Water World Championships and talks to Swimming World's special correspondent and a teen swimming sensation.

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Host Peter Busch opens the show with a report from The New York Times that claims more than half of Asian men and about 10 percent of Caucasian men do not have a gene that dissolves testosterone into the urine and creates a positive drug test. Those who do not have the gene are able to take high doses of testosterone and not have the abnormality show on a urine test.

Reaction Time is devoted to open-water swimming. Busch talks with Swimming World special correspondent Steven Munatones about the atmosphere in Seville, Spain, where the FINA Open Water World Championships were held. Munatones said the tension was high, given the fact that Olympic berths were on the line for the first time.

The show concludes with an interview with American Chloe Sutton, who won a bronze medal in the 5K race. Sutton talks about getting her first yellow card in open water competition and how it affected her race. She also mentions her future plans, which could include a shot at qualifying for the 10K Olympic race and three events at the USA Swimming Olympic Trials.