Carson Foster Discusses Multiple Topics Inside With Brett Hawke’s Podcast
This summer, Carson Foster will chase a world title in the 400-meter individual medley, and will also see action in the 200 medley and as a member of the USA 800 freestyle relay. The University of Texas star recently joined the Inside with Brett Hawke Podcast to discuss his career and upcoming summer opportunities.
Last summer, Foster narrowly missed out on qualifying for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, with a third-place finish in the 400 individual medley leaving her one spot short of a bid. However, the youngster responded to his disappointment by recording the world’s fastest time in the event in a sectional encounter. The momentum generated by this swim has carried over into the college season and the recent USA International Swim Team Trials. All of these points are covered in Foster’s interview with Hawke, a two-time Australian Olympian who has made his podcast a go-to entity.
During his discussion with Hawke, Foster talks about Michael Phelps‘ world record of 4:03 in the 400m medley, a world standard considered one of the toughest to beat. Foster also details some of his practice sets and his expectations for this summer’s World Championships in Budapest.
Listen to the full interview with Carson Foster here.