"TheSwimsuitGuy" - Tech Suit Reviewer
So the most impressive set I've ever seen was from Siobhan Haughey in Naples when we was in there for the ISL. We done a set that basically involved going some 25s fast-- well, 50s is 25 fast, then some 100s is 50 fast, and then some 150s is 75 fast. And you had to keep doubling the time. So whatever you went for the 25, then she went, like, 13.0. She had to double. So when she was doing 100, she had to go 26.0. And obviously, when we got to the 75, she had to go 39.0. And on the first one, she went 13s and 26 lows. And on the first set 150 of 75 fast, she went something like 40.8 or even 41.2. And I was like, come on, you can go 39. And then, she did. I think it was like 39.2, I can't remember. It's on a vlog somewhere. I probably could have just shown you the footage of that. But that was mad impressive. But the footage I'm showing you is tonight at practice, this lovely outdoor pool on the sea here and Sea Point in Cape Town, South Africa. And we went 12 200s of 230 long course, a mix of paces in there. Here, we've got Chad here. We've got [? Dani ?] here. But [? Dani ?] wore fins and paddles for the whole set. He's an open water swimmer. Chad wore no equipment for the whole set, and he was at a 59.1, I think. I think this was a 30 point, a 30, or a 30 high. 'cause he was 130.0 here. And yeah, he comes back like an absolute steam train now, just an absolute steam train. This is outrageous, how fast he swims. For a [? 159.0 ?] was a 28, 28.9, I think, just absolutely romping back. [? Dani ?] goes 157.5. But he is wearing, as I said, fins and paddles. But still impressive. Really nice finish here by Chad, going and little straighter on the arms.