Video Interviews: Night Three of NCAP Invite

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Photo Courtesy: Maddie Kyler

The third night of the Nation’s Capital Invitational was packed with action from some of the nation’s fastest age-group swimmers. While there was seemingly fast swimming all over the pool, a few swimmers continued to perform exceptionally well as we approach the end of the four-day long competition.

Casey Storch out of Machine Aquatics took the men’s 200 yard breaststroke after nabbing a win in the 100 distance last night. Storch was able to put together a 1:57.64 in the 200, which was well ahead of the rest of the field. In the interview Storch discusses training, how he’s still learning how to swim the race and much more.

Machine’s 15-year old Anna Keating took the win in the women’s 200 breaststroke with a swift 2:12.67. Keating took the time to discuss the race, how the season is going and where she’s headed moving forward.

NCAP’s 14-year old Brett Feyerick earned himself two wins on night three while posting times of 21.46 in the 50 freestyle and 50.02 in the 100 backstroke. Both those times earn him NCSA Junior National times and the latter places him 20th on the 13-14 all-time time list. After the finals session, Feyerick talked to Swimming World about how his races went and what’s next for him in the coming months.