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MSS: Adam Krikorian

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ADAM Krikorian, the head women's water polo coach for the USA, believes coaching professional athletes take a unique approach, and he talks about his methods on today’s edition of The Morning Swim Show. The team is preparing to defend their world championships title this summer, and Krikorian discusses why he decided to have all members of the team together in California to prepare, instead of earning money in professional leagues in Europe.
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