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Jeb Halfacre on The Morning Swim Show

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Jan. 14, 2013: Today's edition of The Morning Swim Show features Florida Southern College senior Jeb Halfacre, who’s primed to make history at the NCAA Division II championships. Halfacre could win the 200 backstroke at the March championships for the fourth consecutive time, and he talks about the preparations he’s making for the meet, including mental and physical recuperation from a shoulder injury recently. He also details the history of transferring from the University of Florida to Florida Southern, and the relationship he has with head coach Duncan Sherrard. The Florida native has plans after his collegiate career, and he reveals a couple of them on today’s show.
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