Shaine Casas could look at COVID-19 and be devastated that his shot at the Olympics has been delayed.
He doesn’t. Instead, the former McAllen High and current Texas A&M standout swimmer looks at it as being given more time to be ultimately prepared for when — not if — his shot arrives.
“Sure, I was sad and bummed when they announced the NCAAs would be canceled and the Olympics were on hold,” Casas said. “With the way the training and the journey was this year , I thought I had a great shot to make it and to the finals.