Luke Losquadro spent part of his summer at a swim camp at the University of Alabama.
He believes it’s paying off.
“I definitely feel like my butterfly has gotten a lot better,” Losquadro said. “I learned better technique there and came back this season focusing mainly on the butterfly and freestyle, and I can say the work I’ve put in has shown up at meets.”
Losquadro was in the pool Wednesday at the Pullum YMCA competing with his Navarre teammates against Gulf Breeze and Washington.
The junior was part of a highly competitive 200-yard medley relay. Losquadro poured everything he had into it, helping his team to a third-place finish with a time of 1:48.96. Gulf Breeze won it in 1:46.94.
“It was a very close race. We haven’t had one that close since last season. It came down to the wire. We just have to work on getting a little bit faster,” Losquadro said.
He loves getting the chance to compete against the Dolphins.
“We’re rivals. We are as competitive as we can be,” he said.
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