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Mark Weber on The Morning Swim Show

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Oct. 3, 2012: Today's edition of The Morning Swim Show features Mark Weber, who became a name to watch this collegiate season with a very quick in-season time in the 50-yard freestyle. Weber, a senior at Florida State University, swam a 20.03 last weekend, which came as a bit of a surprise to him. He talks about the preseason training that helped him swim so fast and what motivation he gained from disappointing performances at the Olympic Trials. Weber also mentions other swimmers that could do well this season, and help Florida State become a major force next spring at the NCAA championships.
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