today's edition of The Morning Swim Show, Nathan Adrian talks about his performances at the Indianapolis Grand Prix and watching the California Golden Bears repeat as NCAA champions. Swimsuit malfunction aside, Adrian says he was happy with how he did at the Indianapolis Grand Prix and is taking his swims as a positive sign for things to come. Adrian offers his thoughts on the international competition in the months leading up to the Olympics, how he’s training and how he thinks the United States will fare in London.
Nathan Adrian was voted swimmer of the meet at the NCAA Division I championships, and he talks about how his performances were fueled by his California's goal of winning the team title. He also looks ahead to becoming a postgrad swimmer and how his outlook hasn't changed much in the months leading up to world championships and Olympic Trials.
Nathan Adrian competed with the best sprinters in the world recently at the Paris Open, and he talks about working to beat Cesar Cielo at the Pan Pac championships. Adrian also talks about why he loves the 100 freestyle more than the 50.
March 24, 2010: Nathan Adrian offers up a preview of what he's swimming at this year's NCAA championships, including why he chose the 100 fly over the 200 free and what kind of training he's been doing to defend his 50 and 100 freestyle titles this week.