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Marcelo Chierighini on The Morning Swim Show

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Oct. 18, 2012: Marcelo Chierighini is a favorite for the NCAA title in the 100 freestyle in March, and on today's edition of The Morning Swim Show, the Brazilian talks about the work he’s doing to make that title run possible. Chierighini also talks about his experience at the Olympic Games, his excitement about his home country hosting the Olympics and following the legacies of great sprinters at Auburn. Because he said he was not fully tapered at last March’s NCAAs, Chierighini said he’s more excited about the possibilities of fast swimming in his junior year.

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