Jazz Carlin A Mentor To Brit Youth In Indy; Adam Peaty A Lion Into The U.S. Den

Back in 2009, Jazz Carlin and teammates; in 2017 she's a double Olympic silver medallist and mentor to the next wave and there to remind all that the road is long and hard - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Full circle. Go back a little over a decade and we find Jazz Carlin with young teenage peers on the road as members of Britain’s Smart Track on international training camps and competition tours with school tutors and chaperones in tow. Now a double Olympic silver medallist, Carlin is not only a leading light on Britain tour in the United States at the helm of 41 swimmers – she’s mentor to 17 developers, too, as Britain seeks to spread skills through the ranks. And Adam Peaty, a lion in the U.S. breaststroke den

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It’s great to see such a strong international field especially with so many U.S. swimmers not competing for various reasons. I see Peaty is entered in the 200m free off a 1:58; a little humility does no harm.

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