Nathan Adrian videos galore

I’ve been covering Nathan Adrian’s career since he was a 13-year-old freshman at Bremerton High School.

He was pretty shy back then — I think he was even wondering why I wanted to interview him for a story we ran at the start of the high school boys season in 2002-03.

In that time I’ve seen him transform into a well-spoken young man with a great sense of humor who can handle an interview with the best of them.

It’s also clear the camera loves him — whether its TV, video or photo — he’s been splashed on photo pages from Glamour, US Weekly, In Touch, as well as countless videos online.

Here are links to some videos he’s done in the last seven months.

Let’s start with this video on YouTube from TeamUSA that shows Nathan’s competitive side and introduces you to his family — dad Jim, mom Cecelia, sister Donella and brother Justin.

Stack.com has a video introducing the U.S. Olympians: Nathan Adrian

Here’s another TeamUSA video on YouTube, entitled Nathan Adrian Qualified — Finely Tuned Machine

NBCOlymics.com video with Nathan talking about wanting to swim in the 400 free relay in London. And another video of Nathan talking about what it was like to win a gold medal and watch Jason Lezak come from behind to claim the victory for the U.S. in 2008 in Beijing

Another YouTube video from TeamUSA, Nathan Adrian Qualified — A Rising Champion

U.S. Olympic diver Brittany Viola teaches Nathan how to salsa

Here’s one of Nathan showing off his skills as an RC helicopter pilot

This one was pretty embarrassing for Nathan, but it’s well publicized so I don’t feel too bad — hint: think suit malfunction

His reaction to the above video is pretty hilarious too

A TeamUSA YouTube video of Nathan as he headed into the team trials in Omaha.

And here’s a video from California of Nathan talking about what it’s like swimming at the Olympic Games

Peter Busch of the Morning Swim Show interviews Nathan following the 2012 NCAA championships, the Indianapolis Grand Prix, and that suit split once again

 

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