With Olympics Awaiting, Texas’ Clark Smith Climbing Ladder to International Acclaim

Clark Smith, courtesy of University of Texas

An NCAA champion for the University of Texas, Clark Smith has the potential to make an impact in the 400 freestyle at this summer’s Olympic Games. Qualifying comes first.

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An NCAA champion for the University of Texas, Clark Smith has the potential to make an impact in the 400 freestyle at this summer’s Olympic Games. Qualifying comes first.

Comments

aswimfan

For the first time in a long time the men 400 free in the US Olympics trials will be highly competitive. A 3:43 may not even make it to Rio.

Eugene

6 feet 9? It’s about 2.06 meters. Damn huge!

beachmouse

There’s long been a saying that ‘Everything is bigger in Texas’ so he fits right in there.

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