Markus Rogan hopes to be one of six people gunning for the bronze medal in the 200 IM at next year's Olympics, after finishing fifth at world championships. Rogan talks about training for the event, why he's giving up backstroke racing and what lies ahead for the school he helped start in Ethiopia.
Markus Rogan is gearing up for another trip to the Olympic Games, but the two-time silver medalist in the backstrokes is changing events. He's training for the 200 IM in Los Angeles, and he talks about training in Dave Salo's postgraduate group. In the midst of his training is his work to help fund a small school in Ethiopia, which he visited last summer.