righi rolls to third-fastest time in nation in 100 free


I honestly can not even put into words the spectacle that Yale’s Alex Righi put forth for the DeNunzio patrons on Saturday night in the 100y Freestyle. I did tease it earlier tonight with the 41.91 announcement as it happened… but to write about the nuances of the race would cheat you as the viewer.

Just watch the video and you can provide your own commentary (provided you can be louder than those in the crowd that saw it live).

Good luck with that.

To view the race in its entirety, head to FloSwimming.com.

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