Athlete Spotlight: Jack Alexy - Listen To The Olympics On iHeartRadio

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If you are wondering how to listen to the Olympics, iHeartRadio has you covered. iHeartRadio is the exclusive audio home of NBC's coverage of the 2024 Paris Olympics, so it is the only place to listen to the Olympics stream. The free iHeart app is where to go to listen to exclusive play-by-play action of Team USA. To celebrate, we are spotlighting some of the country's athletes that are vying for gold.

Jack Alexy, a 21-year-old swimmer from Morristown, New Jersey, is making waves in the world of competitive swimming. Standing at 6'8", Alexy is currently studying at the University of California - Berkeley. He is the son of Matthew and Lynn Alexy and has three siblings - Kate, Max and Rob.

During his high school career, Alexy was a three-time state champion and a Morris County champion. He also won the YNats championship and was a back-to-back junior national champion in the 100 free in 2018 and 2019. Alexy was ranked #5 on SwimSwam’s Way Too Early Recruit Ranks for the high school boys of 2021. He later ranked number six on SwimSwam’s Official Rankings of the class.

In October 2019, Alexy committed to the University of California - Berkeley. As a freshman, he placed 6th in the 50 free, 10th in the 100 back, and 3rd in the 100 free at the Pac-12 Championships. He also swam on Cal’s winning 200 and 400 free relays. At his first NCAA Championships, Alexy placed 23rd in the 50 free, 36th in the 100 back, and 23rd in the 100 free. He also swam key legs on Cal’s 3rd place 400 free relay and 2nd place 200 free relay, contributing to the Bears’ team title.

Alexy continued to improve during his sophomore season. At the Pac-12 Championships, he placed 5th in the 50 free, 8th in the 100 back, and 2nd in the 100 free. He once again swam on Cal’s winning 200 and 400 free relays. At NCAAs, Alexy scored individually, placing 6th in the 50 free and 2nd in the 100 free. He swam on Cal’s 2nd place 200 and 400 free relays as well as their 4th place 200 medley relay.

From exclusive NBC play-by-play action of Team USA to live hourly updates from the Games to original Summer Games podcasts, you can listen to the Olympics stream only on iHeartRadio. Find out more about how to listen.

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