Olympic Coach’s Perspective on the Games!

  1 Katrina Radke | July 19th, 2012 | Featured, International, London 2012 Olympics

Jim Montrella, Assistant Olympic Coach in 1976 and a top coach in the USA for many years, shares his perspective on the Olympic Games and one of his favorite races (esp. because of what they were able to overcome regarding racing the steroid using East Germans) – the women’s 4×100 freestyle relay with Kim Peyton, Wendy Boglioli, Jill Sterkel, and Shirley Babashoff!

Enjoy!

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  1. Katrina Radke says:
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    Jim, Thanks again for sharing a powerful story – the truth about steroids, and the fear of discussing it, and also how everyone rallied to make it happen in the relay, even against the odds.

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