Swimmers are the hardest working lazy people around - Jeff Julian Top Podcast

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At the time of this recording, Jeff Julian was the Trojan assistant coach for USC.

Coach Julian is an eight-time All-American, head coach at Rose Bowl Aquatics, and was named as the head coach for ISL’s Cali Condors. He is not currently coaching after being diagnosed with adenocarcinoma in October. You can follow his updates on his blog linked below.

Jeff also has experience as a team captain and NCAA and Olympic Trials. Coach Julian has been heavily involved in the swimming community for more than three decades. He has served on the Southern California Swimming Board of Directors, was the Pacific Committee Chairperson since 2006 and was a USA Swimming National Select Camp Assistant Coach. In his swimming days, Julian was a 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials finalist in the 200m fly, finishing sixth. His eight All-American honors were highlighted by a second-place finish in the 200y fly at the 1997 NCAA Championships. He was a seven-time Pac-10 finalist, culminating with his conference crown in the 200y fly in 1997.

This episode originally aired on April 23, 2018.

Connect with Jeff:
- Coach Jeff's Blog
- Rose Bowl Website
- Twitter

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