Two freshmen swimmers to compete at Olympic Trials
Two Horned Frog swimmers will compete on Friday in the Olympic Trials in the 200 meter backstroke in Omaha.
Freshmen Josh Mangus and Cooper Robinson will take part of the trials after swimming this year for TCU.
“At first it was a little nerve racking [to think about] competing in the Olympic Trials but over the past month I’ve been able to focus and not let it get to me as much,” Robinson said.
"A lot of people would be intimidated by it but I just see it as I need to seize the opportunity and it motivates to swim my best race," Mangus said.
The trials will be aired live here starting at 10 a.m. CST.
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