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Conor Dwyer on The Morning Swim Show

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July 11, 2013: On today's edition of The Morning Swim Show Conor Dwyer speaks about changing training locations, and the short-term benefits he’s seen racing Yannick Agnel up and down the pool each day and working with Bob Bowman. Dwyer says he’s excited most to race the 200 freestyle, but is also anxious to be among the competitors in the 200 IM for the first time at an international meet. He also talks about how the United States will need to move on from Michael Phelps’ retirement to continue to do well in the 800 free relay at the world championships. Though he still has a long and productive career in the pool ahead of him, Dwyer discusses some of the possible jobs he would like to take after he hangs up his suit.
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