#328 Milo Cavic on changing nationalities, switching programs, & drinking too many Red Bulls
Milo reflects on his days under Coach Dave Salo at Irvine Nova and Coach Mike Bottom at the University of California. They talk about changing nationalities, Claire Cruzan leaving Stanford, why people haven't been failing drug tests lately, and partying to release the tensions of being a professional swimmer.
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