Australian Coach/Pool Shifts Not Far From Home For Emily Seebohm & Cameron McEvoy

Cameron McEvoy by Patrick B. Kraemer

Australian swimming has been marked by shifting tides when it comes to big-name swimmers switching coaches or pools. Sprinters James Magnussen and Cameron McEvoy have both been on the move of late, while Emily Seebohm among favourites for world backstroke crowns in August, has settled on a name known Down Under but not far beyond

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Australian swimming has been marked by shifting tides when it comes to big-name swimmers switching coaches or pools. Sprinters James Magnussen and Cameron McEvoy have both been on the move of late, while Emily Seebohm among favourites for world backstroke crowns in August, has settled on a name known Down Under but not far beyond

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aswimfan

Every year, mcEvoy has always been faster than the previous year, except this year so far.
If he can continue with the improvement, then the gold is his. I will be very surprised though, but he kept surprising me in the last 3 years.

MPalota

The incredible thing about McEvoy is that at the end of the day, his fame from swimming may well be eclipsed by the work he could ultimately do in physics.

I’ve heard that he’s at least as gifted in the research lab as he is in the water.

robbos

Aswinfan, McEvoy has not had to swim fast this year as yet, he knew he’d qualify for world Championship without needing to peak.

Verram

I think last year McEvoy decided to peak for Pan Pacs because he was swimming against the Olympic gold and silver medalists in the same race… And he swam a 47s there

Zali

One good thing about McEvoy is his maturity not to put unnecessary pressure on himself by remaining modest.

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