Feb. 14, 2013: Jack Conger joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show to analyze his performances at last weekend’s D.C. Metros championships. Viewers will get the firsthand account of breaking a 29-year-old national high school record, and how Conger mentally prepared for the 500 free, including how long he put primary focus on the 500 free race and how much he says he rested for the meet. As every great swimmer does, Conger knows there are details he could improve to swim faster, and he looks forward to doing that next month at the NCSA junior nationals. He also talks about his other races at the meet, and his emotions over his 100 back and 100 freestyle races.
Oct. 30, 2012: Jack Conger is a man on a mission in his senior year of high school, and he talks about some of his goals in the coming months on today's edition of The Morning Swim Show. In addition to having his eyes on Jeff Kostoff’s national high school record in the 500 freestyle, Conger wants to break the 1:39 barrier in the 200-yard backstroke to send a message to his future college competitors. It’s all part of the training he and Sue Chen have been putting in at Rockville Montgomery Swim Club in an effort to keep Conger from being boxed in as a 200 backstroker. Conger also talks about the recruiting experience and what got him excited about committing to the University of Texas.