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During the third day of competition at the women’s NCAA championships in Indianapolis, Swimming World caught up with several of the day’s top performers.
Lilly King was dominant in her victory in the 100 breast, recording the second-fastest time in history, but she explained afterwards why the race “sucked.” Watch her full video interview below.
Also coming in to speak were Cal NCAA champions Farida Osman and Kathleen Baker, 200 free co-champion Mallory Comerford, 400 IM American record-breaker Ella Eastin and 100 back runner-up Olivia Smoliga, among others. Check out the full video playlist below, and scroll through your favorite interviews.