(Video Interview) Lilly King Talks Minor Injury and Long Course Training

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Indiana University’s Lilly King earned a victory in the A final of the women’s 200 breast with a time of 2:24.97 ahead of Emily Escobedo (2:26.56) and Melissa Rodriguez (2:27.35)

King took the time to discuss her recent training regime, getting used to long-course swimming and dealing with minor groin injuries. King mentions a mild groin strain after putting in solid training so far this long course season.

The Hoosier senior also talked about looking forward to joining her national team teammate, Katie Ledecky, who has recently turned professional, in her own forthcoming pro career.

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Jason Tillotson is a junior at American University where he is majoring in Foreign Language Communication with a minor in Marketing. He is also a coach for Nation's Capital Swim Club.

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