If you watched any of this year’s Winter Olympics, the name Adam Rippon probably sounds familiar.
On June 20th, 2013 my family sat in shock as an emergency room nurse broke the news that my Dad had passed away.
As swimmers, our minds are trained to immediately focus on results.
Regardless of how talented, fast, or experienced, there may be one common area where swimmers struggle – self-doubt. Whether during practice or behind the blocks, we sell ourselves short by thinking we are not capable of reaching our highest potential.
My freshman year of college I received advice that immediately made its way to the top of my “Words to Live By” list.