Commonwealth Countdown: Cochrane’s Next Chapter

Chasing the pace of Sun Yang, Ryan Cochrane, on lane down, has adapted to survive

Commonwealth Countdown: our regular round-up on the way to the Glasgow 2014 Games. Today – how Ryan Cochrane, of Canada, has adapted to survive at the deep end of distance challenge in the pool; Gerhard Zandberg calls it a day; and the tale of Monica Dzonzi & the work of UNICEF through the Games

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Commonwealth Countdown: our regular round-up on the way to the Glasgow 2014 Games. Today – how Ryan Cochrane, of Canada, has adapted to survive at the deep end of distance challenge in the pool; Gerhard Zandberg calls it a day; and the tale of Monica Dzonzi & the work of UNICEF through the Games

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Bossanova

It says Cochrane altered his training approach and that this year was more specific, but what does that even mean? Before this year was he focused on more than just distance freestyle and now his training is specific to distance? That doesn’t really make a whole lot of sense.

Australian swim fan

just a small point the Pan Pac are not being held in Brisbane – they are being held on the Gold Coat a city of 600,000 people – 70 kms south of Brisbane and host of the 2018 Commonwealth Games
australian swim fan

Craig Lord

Thanks for the pointer down the coast 🙂

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