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Andrew Willis and Michael Jamieson, Part 2

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July 19, 2013: We bring you part two of our interview with British breaststrokers Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis on today's edition of The Morning Swim Show. The training partners are ranked first and third in the world in the 200 breaststroke, and it wasn’t an easy road to get those rankings. Willis talks about the disqualification in the semifinals that almost kept him out of the final and how he handled the aftermath. Jamieson was dealing with a torn bicep tendon that had him lower his expectations for a 2:07 in the 200 breast. With the tendon healed and Willis safely qualified for the team, the two are looking to get onto the medal podium at the world championships, which they know will not be easy.
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