In The Midnight Hour: ADN Swim Project Gets Set For Rio 2016 Olympic Swim Finals

In the midnight hour at lunchtime: Andrea Di Nino, Cesare Butini and Max Di Mito will guide the ADN charges through the Rio 2016 schedule to get set for as topsy turvy event

The night-swimming dictated at Rio 2016 by NBC’s Olympic broadcast colonialism is sharpening minds and efforts in preparation for the Games next year, the ADN Swim Project in Italy about to take on an experiment designed to teach the team howe to be at their best race pace in the midnight hour

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The night-swimming dictated at Rio 2016 by NBC’s Olympic broadcast colonialism is sharpening minds and efforts in preparation for the Games next year, the ADN Swim Project in Italy about to take on an experiment designed to teach the team howe to be at their best race pace in the midnight hour

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Eugene

I swim from 9 to 11 PM every day. There was also a time when I visited gym at night (after midnight). It’s a matter of individual preferences and getting used to a chosen regime, I guess. It’s much harder for me to train in the morning. So I believe most athletes will adjust successfully to the night schedule.

Of course, it’s sad to realize that it’s all being done because of money.

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