, Newburyport, MA


March 23, 2013

Yish continues to thrive in pool


Yish has aspirations to qualify for the Olympics at the height of his swimming career, and he says his coach, Matt Forrest, is on the same page. He knows the ascent to the top will require hard work in addition to his talent.

“The talent only takes you so far,” Yish said. “You can really try hard and do well, or you can have a lot of talent and do well. But the people at the top have talent, and they work harder than everyone else.”

Yish’s top times

50 free 24.30

100 free 52.42

200 free 1:56.80

500 free 5:19.69

1,000 free 11:06.49

50 back 28.55

50 fly 26.83

100 fly 58.21

200 fly 2:10.95

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