Nathan Adrian Weighs in on 400 Free Relay, Why Top Seed Should Pick Their Lane
The SwimSwam Podcast
We sat down with Olympic champion and USA sprinting legend, Nathan Adrian to get his wisdom through 2 days of the Olympic Games. The most interesting thing he said: we should start a petition that top seed gets to choose what lane they swim in at night. Why? Adrian prefers the outside lane for his events, especially a 100 free because that way competitors can't ride your wave as much. Adrian noted that on the lead-off of the 400 free relay, everyone knows US star Caeleb Dressel will be out fast and they gravitate to him like a magnet, trying to benefit from the wake he creates.SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora Music: Otis McDonaldwww.otismacmusic.com
Nathan Adrian Visits Tony Caridi, Brad Howe and Hoppy Kercheval
Three Guys Before The Game
Former West Virginia University basketball standout Nathan Adrian is eagerly looking forward to his next overseas assignment. The Morgantown native is back home after averaging 18 points and 8 rebounds per game last season playing in Ukraine. His productivity will likely earn him a significant promotion at one of Europe's higher level leagues. On this episode, Adrian provides details on a memorable season that included 15-hour train rides and suspension of play due to COVID-19. The "Guys" also talk about the upcoming TBT event in Charleston that will feature Adrian and other former Mountaineer players. Listener texts complete the show. Join the crew again next week for another conversation involving West Virginia sports.
Will Olympic Champion Nathan Adrian Make the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team?
The SwimSwam Podcast
Will 5-time Olympic champion Nathan Adrian make the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team? It's a fair question. He's on the march toward his 4th U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, and I'm bullish on his performance for two reasons: Back at the 2019 World Championships, 5 months after recovering from cancer, Nathan anchored the men's 4x100 free relay with a 47.08 -- holding off Russia's Evgeny Rylov to help Team USA to World Championship gold. At the recent Mission Pro Swim he dropped a 48.7 100m free, a very solid in-season swim after this trying COVID shutdown year.I'm not sure he'll make the U.S. Olympic Team individually, but I do see him on the 4x100 free relay, and I see him leading the U.S. Team as captain to a successful effort in Tokyo.SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora
March Madness: Eddie Reese and Texas Are Bringing NCAA Title #15 Back To Austin (feat. Nathan Adrian)
Nathan Adrian joins Josh and Noah to discuss Day 4 of the Men’s NCAA Championships and it was a battle all four days between Nathan’s alma mater Cal-Berkeley and Texas but Texas ended up coming away with the win. Nathan shares his insight on the 2021 Golden Bears and how they were able to be so successful in the pool in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. We hope you enjoy!
Olympic Champion. Cal Golden Bear. Small business owner. NATHAN ADRIAN! They speak about... Purchasing Ann Curtis' swim school with former teammate and friend Will Copeland. How have you stayed so good for so long? Talk to me about Mike Bottom. Going faster throughout Prelims - Semi Finals - Finals. Brett worrying about Pieter van den Hoogenband. Physical effort vs. Emotional effort. The Mind Body Connection. Beating James Magnussen in the 100 Free. Working on coming back in 24 low. The Australian media. Gennadi Touretski telling Alexander Popov that he needed to focus on being consistent -- we've reached our peak speed so now we maintain. Telling Cesar Cielo that same thing -- he did not want to hear that. Why have you stayed with Dave Durden for so long? "We're going to learn from that and be better because of it." - Dave Durden The importance of recovery. COVID Recovery. His friendship with Matt Grevers. How does Team USA have so much deck presence and swagger? The International Swimming League. Skins Races. Going from Olympic Champion to where you are today. Caeleb Dressel. Control your controllables. Speedo. Ralph Lauren. And much more! Subscribe, Review, Share! Apple Google Spotify YouTube Connect | Brett Hawke On Instagram @hawkebr on Twitter @insidewithbh On Facebook @insidewithbh Connect | Nathan Adrian On Instagram: @nathangadrian On Twitter: @nathangadrian Special Thanks: SWIMNERD PACE CLOCKS Fitter & Faster Swim Camps
In this episode, we are joined by 3x Olympian and Olympic Gold Medalist Nathan Adrian. We start by discussing what Nathan has been doing during Covid-19, diving into the purchasing of his swim school. Then we talk about his experiences in the Olympics and Nathan gives his opinion on the best US Olympic male sprinter of all-time. After this, we talk about diversity in swimming and Nathan's experiences growing up in Washington. We end with an amusing game of rapid-fire questions where Nathan can't say sprinters are tougher than distance swimmers.
Ep.3 - Nathan Adrian "Training for Olympic Gold after Testicular Cancer"
What The Cup !? A Podcast
We're joined by a very special guest today, professional swimmer Nathan Adrian! Nathan is a 5x NCAA champion at Cal Berkeley, 3x Olympian with 5 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals collected, winner of numerous World Championships, Pan American Championships and Pan Pacific Championships. He's also an ambassador for the recently introduced International Swimming League (ISL), and was a nominee for the Laureus Comeback Athlete of the Year for 2020. Perhaps his most amazing feat thus far however is his win against Testicular Cancer, which he discusses during the podcast. So sit back, relax, and enjoy Episode 3 of the WTC Podcast! Thanks for watching!
Nathan Adrian gives his insight on the current coronavirus outbreak and its effect on the swimming world. Nathan shares some of his favorite racing moments from his career and details what it takes to be a great teammate in and out of the pool. Nathan also gives his secret tips on how to prepare for races like an Ultimate Swimmer.
Learn why Nathan Adrian calls swimming his "Passion Project" and what he's planning for his next big challenge. This interview marks the one year mark since Adrian returned to the pool after surgery and treatment for testicular cancer. He shares what he's learned, how he's used marginal improvement to help guide his success and how he sees things very differently now. We guarantee you'll be inspired! ABOUT NATHAN ADRIAN: Earning five Olympic gold medals and 27 gold medals in international competition, Nathan is referred to by many as the swimming sprinting G.O.A.T. His heart stopping Olympic victory in the 100 meter free in 2012, by 1/100th of a second, is still one of the most memorable races in Olympic history. Then in 2016 Nathan was on the podium again twice individually for the 50 and 100 meter free races. Adrian is a professional swimmer, swimming for the L.A. Current and his main sponsor is Speedo. Collegiately Nathan was a multiple time NCAA champion at Cal Berkeley and impressively was recently their Winter Commencement speaker in 2018. He has recently battled back to the top of the health podium after getting a testicular cancer diagnosis after early detection. Subscribe to the Champion's Mojo podcast on YouTube. Leave us a review, too! If you subscribe on YouTube you could win one of our monthly prizes. Champion's Mojo is also on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play. How are we doing? Email us Hello@ChampionsMojo.com Episode Topics and Mentions Michael Phelps Katie Ledecky Natalie Coughlin Jason Lezak Dara Torres Gary Hall Jr. L.A. Current ISL, International Swim League Tokyo Olympics 2020 Olympics USA Swimming Foundation Testicular cancer Early cancer detection Alter-ego British cycling team Marginal improvements Block Doku Atomic Habits by James Clear Kelly and Maria’s Takeaways KELLY: Takeaways - Use incremental improvements, pick small actions to pursue to add up to bigger successes. Execution is the most important thing; take out the emotion and just execute. MARIA: Takeaways - When shooting for an important goal, plan for future happiness and goals after the goal is met. How can you be the “shoulders” for other people? Quote of the Week "I definitely believe in those marginal improvements and maintaining a high level of integrity in everything that you do instead of trying to make one drastic jump from one to the next " -- Nathan Adrian Have something you want to share with us? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Keep up with the show by visiting YouTube, ChampionsMojo.com and visiting the Facebook page, Instagram page, and Twitter page.