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Latest Videos in Swimming
Get inside access into training of American swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian as he prepares for the Summer Games in London.
Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps joins fellow gold medalist and Subway advocate Apolo Ohno for a day of training. Ohno is on a quest to run the NYC IGN Marathon.
Future NFL star Ndamukong Suh performs regenerative pool training at Michael Johnson Performance, while the director of performance, Lance Walker, explains the routine and benefits for Big Suh.
Georgia Tech swimmer Johnny Hagaman talks about how his body has developed as his training evolved throughout his career.
Johnny Hagaman discusses his recruiting process and why he ultimately chose to extend his academic and athletic career at Georgia Tech.