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10 12, 2013

#29 Sandy “A dream come true” (68 years young)/

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"Sandy," I asked, "What is your experience with swimming?" "I had polio as  a child. I fully recovered, but it took a couple of years. When other kids were learning to swim, I was too weak to participate.  So I never learned how to do it properly and have always been envious of people who [...]

1 12, 2013

#28 Jerry “Drowning has no prejudice” (39 years old)/

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"I, Jerry Stambaugh do not know how to swim.  There I said it." Confident. Funny. Outgoing. Intelligent. That's how I would describe my friend, Jerry. He's the guy everyone loves, the life of the party. I just assumed he was a good swimmer. He goes to pool parties, does crazy dismounts off the diving board, [...]

18 11, 2013

#27 Francesca “Overly confident Frankie” (3 years old)/

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wonderstruckphotography.com Francesca's ("Frankie's") mom, Mina, and I both grew up in San Diego, swimming for rival teams. Whenever I see her, a vision of a 1980's swim meet comes to mind... 14 hours a day of pop-up tents, bagels, my yellow Sony Sport Walkman, moon boots- you get the idea. Then I come [...]