#10: How to have more energy at the end of a race (featuring Olympian Ash Delaney)

Released Wednesday, 18th September 2013
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In the first episode we chat with Olympic backstroker Ashley Delaney. He reveals:
How he got started in swimming by accidentThe one thing he changed in his diet to drop two kilos in weight and start swimming faster times in trainingSmall things he focuses on each lap that made him one of the best underwater kickers Australia has ever seenOne change that you can make in a race to conserve your energy and have more speed and power at the end of every race
Ash and I lived together for a year when he was in his final year at high school. He then moved to the Australian Institute of Sport to train and has now moved back to Melbourne, Victoria. Ash has won medals the the Olympics and World Championships in backstroke.

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