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Boys swimming: Hinsdale South sophomore comfortable in his own skin

<p>Hinsdale South sophomore Danny Milosevich looks up at the scoreboard to check his time after swimming the 50-yard freestyle at the Lyons Invite. &nbsp;| Rob Valentin/For Sun-Times Media</p>

Hinsdale South sophomore Danny Milosevich looks up at the scoreboard to check his time after swimming the 50-yard freestyle at the Lyons Invite.  | Rob Valentin/For Sun-Times Media

Hinsdale South sophomore doesn't let pressure bother him at swim meets, according to High School Cube News.

When Hinsdale South swimmer Danny Milosevich gets on the blocks for a big race, he doesn’t act nervous.

The sophomore’s ability to stay calm translates to other areas as well. After being nominated for the J. Kyle Braid Leadership Award, Milosevich had to endure a rigorous interview in front of a big group.

“It was a lot of pressure and I felt like I had a higher bar I had to rise up to,” Milosevich said. “The interview process was in front of 15 people in the committee. It was in a conference room. Everyone was on one side of the room and you would walk in and be on the other side. I’m the kind of person who likes to try new things and put myself out there so I considered it just another challenge.”

[Read more at High School Cube News]

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