Olympic gold medalist Brooks Curry is heading further west.
After becoming an NCAA champion at LSU, the sprint freestyle specialist announced he was moving to Cal to join the pro training group with the Golden Bears.
Curry posted on social media that he was making the move and now has arrived in Berkeley.
“Different view now … Magnolias>Redwoods. Very grateful and excited to be training with and representing @calmenswim. Let’s go,” Brooks Curry posted on Instagram.
This year at NCAAs, Brooks Curry placed fourth in the 50-free (18.76), fourth in the 200-free (1:31.30; school record) and fifth in the 100-free (41.03) t0 earn three first-team All-American honors.
He LSU’s swimming national titles with a win in the 50-free and 100-free at the 2022 NCAA Championships.
He qualified for the Tokyo Olympics as part of the 4×100 free relay for the U.S.
Brooks Curry accolades
Olympic Gold Medalist (4×100 meter-free relay member)
Olympic Qualifier (United States)
NCAA Champion (50-Free) (100 Free)
NCAA All-American (200 Free x2) (100 Free) (50 Free)
NCAA Honorable Mention All-American (50 Free)
Nine-Time NCAA Qualifier
SEC Male Swimmer of the Year (2022)
SEC Champion (2020, 2022)
4x SEC Silver Medalist
SEC Bronze Medalist (2021)
SEC Male Freshman of the Year (2020)
All-SEC First Team (2020)
All-SEC Second Team (2021)
All-SEC Freshman Team (2020)
Two-Time SEC Male Freshman of the Week
SEC Male Swimmer of the Week (Oct. 11, 2022)
Co-Male SEC Swimmer of the Week (Jan. 25, 2022)
LSU Natatorium 50-Free Pool Record Holder (19.42)
SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll (21-22; 22-23)