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            Medley Relay Calculator

            Assembling medley relays aren’t that hard when your name is Bob Bowman or David Marsh and you have the entire U.S. Olympic Team at your disposal.

            However, for the rest of us, things aren’t always quite so clear-cut, especially when your two best swimmers are both butterfliers, and your best backstroker is also your best freestyler.

            The tool below allows you to put in each of your swimmers’ flat-start times and pop out your 8 fastest medley relay options. Then it’s up to you, the coach, to decide which combination you like best.

            Happy coaching!

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