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Since the Olympic Trials final July 2, he had not been training, and he got to NC State 20 lbs. “I think Todd was just like, ‘Oh crap,’” Jones said. fit=1024,833&ssl=1" class="wp-image-251213 jetpack-lazy-image" src="https://i2com/swimmingworld.azureedge.net/news/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/cullen-jones-2017-mesa-apss.jpg? resize=425,346&ssl=1" alt="cullen-jones-2017-mesa-apss" width="425" height="346" data-recalc-dims="1" data-lazy-srcset="https://i1com/ De Sorbo put Jones through aerobic work and yardage far above what he was used to with Marsh, and Jones quickly shed the excess weight.
On day one, Jones told De Sorbo and Wes Foltz, NC State’s director of operations and assistant sprint coach, that he wanted to and in fact planned on making the World Championships team in less than six months’ time. cullen-jones-2017-mesa-apss " data-medium-file="https://i1com/ After the NCAA championships, Jones jumped into full-scale workouts with the college team, and he fed off the energy and enthusiasm present on the Wolfpack pool deck.
“It’s that kind of enthusiasm that gets everyone awake and everyone going, and you see some of the best practices in the morning because everyone gets into it and starts tearing it up.” Swimming with college kids so much younger than him, Jones has embraced the challenges of keeping up daily, even if that means dedicating an enormous amount of time to recovery, and he’s learned to accept the challenges of De Sorbo’s challenging sets head-on.
“I think one thing I’ve learned from the college guys is to not cry and moan when the coach puts up a set,” he said.
“We’re not sprinkling pixie dust on everybody to make them fast.
They work really hard, but I think the majority is the environment on deck, the electricity, the energy, the passion on pool deck from the coaches, and it bleeds into the team,” De Sorbo said.
He’s good.” De Sorbo explained that he won’t put any time or qualification expectations on Jones for this summer or any summer, just like he didn’t tell Ryan Held last summer that he expected Held to make the Olympic team—which he did, finishing third in the 100 free.In the NC State sprint group, it’s all about fulfilling expectations of effort on a daily basis, and so far, Jones has done everything De Sorbo has asked. “I would like to think that when I say things to him, it matters, because I’ve known him since he was about that tall,” Jones said, holding up his hand about four feet off the ground.