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Olympic Swimmer Battles Cancer
 
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John Blackstone speaks with American swimmer Eric Shanteau, who has made a controversial decision to delay medical treatment for testicular cancer in order to compete in this year's Olympics.
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Olympic Swimmer Diagnosed With Cancer
 
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SportsOlympic Swimmer Diagnosed With CancerOlympic Swimmer Diagnosed With CancerThe Associated PressOlympic swimmer Eric Shanteau is heading to Beijing with a startling diagnosis: He has cancer. As AP Correspondent Haven Daley reports, the 24-year-old is putting off surgery until after the Olympics. (July 14)[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] (Palo Alto, CA)OLYMPIC SWIMMER ERIC SHANTEAU IS HEADING TO BEIJING WITH A STARTLING DIAGNOSIS.Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "I have cancer. Cancer doesn't have me."JUST A WEEK BEFORE THE OLYMPIC TRIALS, THE 24-YEAR-OLD GEORGIA NATIVE LEARNED HE HAD TESTICULAR CANCER. HIS DOCTORS CLEARED HIM TO COMPETE AND HE QUALIFIED IN THE 200-METER BREASTSTROKE.Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "It could have a negative effect on me if I let it. But I'm not going to let it.SHANTEAU TOLD HIS TEAMMATES RIGHT AFTER THE TRIALS.Dara Torres, Olympic Swimmer, says: "You could hear a pin drop in that room. I think everyone was in shock. I don' think anyone was expecting to hear anything like that."Michael Phelps, Olympic Swimmer, says: "We're supporting him one hundred percent and I know it's not an easy thing to go through. I can't even imagine it. But he's a strong person and you can tell he's got a lot of heart."Haven Daley, The Associated Press, says: "Shanteau's putting off surgery until after Beijing to fulfill his lifelong goal of swimming in the Olympics."Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "Any other year I would've put off my end of the year meet and I would have already probably had surgery. But this isn't any other year. This is the Olympic year and I've been going after this my whole life."HE'LL BE MONITORED CLOSELY AND VOWS TO WITHDRAW FROM THE TEAM IF THERE'S ANY SIGN THE CANCER IS SPREADING.Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "I'm basically living week to week. That's my situation right now."SHANTEAU HAS GOTTEN A GET WELL WISH FROM LANCE ARMSTRONG, WHO OVERCAME THE SAME DISEASE AND WON THE TOUR DE FRANCE SEVEN STRAIGHT TIMES. HAVEN DALEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA.
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Olympic Syncronized Swimming Hopeful Fights Cancer
 
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Meghan Kinney was a young synchronized swimmer on the U.S. National team with dreams for the 2012 Summer Olympics. Meghan was diagnosed with osteosarcoma and came to Nationwide Children's Hospital for treatment. Watch this video as Meghan shares her story on her journey and how far she's come since we shared her story during our 2011 telethon. To learn more about Osteosarcoma and the bone tumor program at Nationwide Children's Hospital, visit: http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/bone-cancer-program Watch as Meghan gets into the water for the first time after finishing her cancer treatment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hNw3mxTauc&feature=plcp&context=C434fd0bVDvjVQa1PpcFPQR0yklke_Nktbr1EsyGzuOY4uUeBvazA%3D
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Eric Shanteau - Cancer survivor, Olympic swimmer, and Motivational Speaker
 
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During the summer of 2008, Eric achieved his lifelong dream of qualifying for the U.S. Olympic Swim Team. On June 19, 2008, just one week before the trials, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Eric was able to delay surgery to compete in the Olympic Games where he swam a personal best time in the 200 meter breaststroke.
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In Their Own Words – Maarten van der Weijden
 
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Dutch distance swimmer Maarten van der Weijden shares his incredible story of beating cancer and winning Olympic gold in Beijing Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games
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First Person: U.S. Swimmer Battles Cancer
 
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OLYPlusSelectPlusSportsFirst Person: U.S. Swimmer Battles CancerFirst Person: U.S. Swimmer Battles CancerThe Associated PressAmerican swimmer Eric Shanteau talks about canceling cancer surgery in order to compete in the summer Olympics. (Aug. 7)This video contains ONLY natural sound. No script is available.
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Olympic Swimmer Has Cancer
 
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Against the advice of doctors, Eric Shanteau plans to compete in the Olympics before being treated for testicular cancer. John Blackstone reports.
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Olympic swimmer Eric Shanteau is heading to Beijing with a startling diagnosis: He has cancer. As AP
 
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HEADLINE: Olympic swimmer diagnosed with cancer --------------------------------------- CAPTION: Olympic swimmer Eric Shanteau is heading to Beijing with a startling diagnosis: He has cancer. As AP Correspondent Haven Daley reports, the 24-year-old is putting off surgery until after the Olympics. (July 14) ---------------------------------------- [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOT LIST. (Palo Alto, CA) OLYMPIC SWIMMER ERIC SHANTEAU IS HEADING TO BEIJING WITH A STARTLING DIAGNOSIS. Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "I have cancer. Cancer doesn't have me." JUST A WEEK BEFORE THE OLYMPIC TRIALS, THE 24-YEAR-OLD GEORGIA NATIVE LEARNED HE HAD TESTICULAR CANCER. HIS DOCTORS CLEARED HIM TO COMPETE AND HE QUALIFIED IN THE 200-METER BREASTSTROKE. Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "It could have a negative effect on me if I let it. But I'm not going to let it. SHANTEAU TOLD HIS TEAMMATES RIGHT AFTER THE TRIALS. Dara Torres, Olympic Swimmer, says: "You could hear a pin drop in that room. I think everyone was in shock. I don' think anyone was expecting to hear anything like that." Michael Phelps, Olympic Swimmer, says: "We're supporting him one hundred percent and I know it's not an easy thing to go through. I can't even imagine it. But he's a strong person and you can tell he's got a lot of heart." Haven Daley, The Associated Press, says: "Shanteau's putting off surgery until after Beijing to fulfill his lifelong goal of swimming in the Olympics." Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "Any other year I would've put off my end of the year meet and I would have already probably had surgery. But this isn't any other year. This is the Olympic year and I've been going after this my whole life." HE'LL BE MONITORED CLOSELY AND VOWS TO WITHDRAW FROM THE TEAM IF THERE'S ANY SIGN THE CANCER IS SPREADING. Eric Shanteau, Olympic Swimmer, says: "I'm basically living week to week. That's my situation right now." SHANTEAU HAS GOTTEN A GET WELL WISH FROM LANCE ARMSTRONG, WHO OVERCAME THE SAME DISEASE AND WON THE TOUR DE FRANCE SEVEN STRAIGHT TIMES. HAVEN DALEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58b8acbee5df06296387557cd9180103 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Friends 'just keep swimming' despite blindness and bone cancer
 
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As 14-year-old Grace Bunke faced numerous rounds of chemotherapy to combat bone cancer, her friend McClain Hermes gave her a wall plaque with “Just keep swimming” etched into the wood. Michael Koenigs @MikeOnABikeABC reports. That motto epitomizes their relationship. The two teenagers met during a swim practice for BlazeSports, a nonprofit that supports children with physical disabilities through adaptive sports. Hermes had double retinal detachments in both eyes at the age of 8, the result of Wagner Syndrome. She became completely blind in her right eye and is progressively losing her vision in her left eye. Bunke was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in 2014, faced 18 rounds chemotherapy and had a partial leg amputation known as rotationplasty to attempt to remove the cancer from her left leg. Her mother Vicki recorded various aspects of Bunke's health journey on a CaringBridge blog. “One day we were thrown in the same lane together and just instantly became friends,” said Hermes. They help one another in and out of the water. SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/ABCNews/ Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: https://gma.yahoo.com/
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Oldest U.S. Olympic Swimmer Prepares for Beijing
 
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SportsOldest U.S. Olympic Swimmer Prepares for BeijingOldest U.S. Olympic Swimmer Prepares for BeijingThe Associated Press41-year-old Dara Torres is the oldest American swimmer ever to claim a spot on an Olympic swim team. As the AP's Haven Daley reports, she'll have to overcome competitors half her age and nagging doping allegations to win in Beijing. (July 15)[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] (locator - Palo Alto, CA)IN A SPORT DOMINATED BY YOUTH, 41-YEAR-OLD DARA TORRES IS THE OLDEST AMERICAN SWIMMER TO MAKE AN OLYMPIC TEAM, SETTING AN AMERICAN RECORD IN THE 50-METER FREESTYLE IN THE PROCESS. SHE'LL BE THE FIRST AMERICAN TO SWIM IN FIVE OLYMPICS. THE MOTHER OF A TWO-YEAR-OLD ALREADY OWNS NINE OLYMPIC MEDALS. IF SHE WINS THREE MORE SHE'LL TIE THE WOMEN'S RECORD FOR MOST IN A CAREER.Dara Torres, Olympic Swimmer, says: "I'm getting so many emails and phone calls and running into people at the gym or the grocery store just saying how great it is that someone my age can do this and if anything it makes me proud that I'm this age and can do this."BUT TORRES HAS HAD TO RESPOND TO ALLEGATIONS BY SOME SPORTS COLUMNISTS AND COMMENTATORS THAT HER ACCOMPLISHMENTS MAY BE TAINTED BY BANNED SUBSTANCES. SO FAR HER TESTS HAVE COME BACK CLEAN.Dara Torres, Olympic Swimmer, says: "Now they're like, let's try to dig for something else because a 41-year-old can't do this so it's very frustrating but I just have to keep my blinders on and stay focused."TORRES SAYS HER REAL PERFORMANCE ENHANCER IS BEING AROUND TEAMMATES LIKE 15-YEAR-OLD ELIZABETH BEISEL.Elizabeth Beisel, Olympic Swimmer, says: "I'm hoping I'm still going to be alive and having a family at 41. I mean, I don't know what I'm going to be doing. But it's great that she's here. She's in the best shape of her life right now and for her to perform this well is awesome."Dara Torres, Olympic Swimmer, says: "We were sitting in a meeting yesterday and one of the girls who's 18 had play doh and was rolling it up and spelling my name and putting it on my leg so it's different being around these young kids. It's fun. It makes me feel young and it invigorates me being around them."Haven Daley, The Associated Press, says: "In about two weeks Torres, Beisel and the rest of the team will travel to Singapore to get acclimated. A week later, they'll be in Beijing. Haven Daley, The Associated Press, Palo Alto, California ___ ___, The Associated Press.(****END****) ANCHOR VOICE: Haven Daley --------------------------VIDEO PRODUCER: Haven Daley ------------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: AP--------------------------VIDEO APPROVAL:------------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS:----------------------------------SCRIPT/WIRE SOURCE:------------------------------------
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Rio Olympics 2016: Eric Shanteau Skype Chat
 
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Olympian Ariana Kukors caught up with two-time Olympian Eric Shanteau about hos Olympic journey, battle with cancer and life as a parent.
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Olympian's First Swim After Cancer Battle
 
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A young synchronized swimmer on the U.S. National team with dreams for the 2012 Summer Olympics had a new dream and goal after doctors found a tumor in her knee and diagnosed her with Osteosarcoma. October 18, 2011 marks a special day, as Meghan jumps back into the water after completing her chemotherapy treatment in the summer. To learn more about Meghan's story, visit: http://littlethings.nationwidechildrens.org/do-you-remember-how-you-celebrated-your-21st-birthday/
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Olympic Swimmer Makes Shocking Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Former Coach
 
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Olympic swimmer Ariana Kukors has come forward with shocking allegations against her former coach. Kukors was a member of the 2012 Olympic team and says coach Sean Hutchison sexually abused her for years. “He took my Olympic dream from me,” she tearfully told Inside Edition. “I am shattered inside. I was 16 years old when this man started putting his hands on me and I had never had sexual activity til that point.” Kukors says he forced her to send explicit photos of herself on daily basis.
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In the News: Olympic Swimmer on Drugs and a Cancer Cure
 
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Filmed May 09 at Outer Banks, NC Seascape Resort while bored on vacation. Our amazing news team lands an exclusive interview with Michael Phillips, a Special Olympics gold-medalist who admits his drug usage. Also, a young inventor discovers a cure for cancer, with a few side effects. Oh, and there's also an advertisement for the Shamwoah.
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Olympic Swimmer Has Cancer Surgery
 
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Eric Shanteau has sugery Wednesday to remove a cancerous testicle. The surgery comes less than a week after the 2008 Summer Olympics, which Shanteau competed in. (August 28)
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Amazing Grace: Advocating For Childhood Cancer Research | NowThis
 
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“Courage is not letting fear eliminate hope” – Grace Bunke was diagnosed with a rapidly spreading bone cancer at 11 years old. She spent the rest of her life as an athlete, a fierce advocate, and defined what it means to 'just keep swimming.' » Donate here: https://go.nowth.is/RallyOn » Visit: https://rallyfoundation.org » Subscribe to NowThis: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe Grace Bunke was diagnosed with a rapidly spreading bone cancer at 11 years old. But that did stop her from doing what she loved and inspiring everyone around her. As part of her treatment, she completed 18 rounds of chemotherapy, two lung surgeries, and underwent a unique partial leg amputation called rotationplasty, in which the leg is shortened and rotated backwards so that the heal can serve as knee joint when a prosthetic leg is worn. Despite relapsing in 2016, Grace continued to thrive in competitive swimming, a sport she’d taken up and developed an infinitely for. She also served as an advocate for Rally Foundation, which empowers volunteers to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer. Although Grace had every reason to become overwhelmed by what ailed her, she instead chose to inspire the masses by doing what she loved, smiling through her circumstance, and sharing her story so that kids like her can get better medical treatment in the future. Childhood cancer research is incredibly underfunded — only four percent of the budget from the National Institute of Health goes toward it. Fortunately, there are people like Grace who are fighting to ensure children get the care they deserve. — 96% of cancer research goes towards adults; the remaining 4% goes towards children's. The treatment Grace received for the bone cancer known as osteosarcoma is still the same treatment from 30 years ago. 250 children die from cancer every day. It is clear that childhood cancer research is severely underfunded. The Rally Foundation is trying to change this. The Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research is a nonprofit organization that empowers volunteers across the country to raise awareness and to raise funds for childhood cancer research, with the goal to find better treatments and ultimately, cures. #Cancer #ChildhoodCancer #Health Connect with NowThis » Like us on Facebook: http://go.nowth.is/News_Facebook » Tweet us on Twitter: http://go.nowth.is/News_Twitter » Follow us on Instagram: http://go.nowth.is/News_Instagram » Find us on Snapchat Discover: http://go.nowth.is/News_Snapchat NowThis is your premier news outlet providing you with all the videos you need to stay up to date on all the latest in trending news. From entertainment to politics, to viral videos and breaking news stories, we’re delivering all you need to know straight to your social feeds. We live where you live. http://www.youtube.com/nowthisnews @nowthisnews
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Cancer Survivor Swam 163 Kilometers In 55 Hours Raising $4 Million For Cancer Research
 
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► Subscribe : https://goo.gl/TppG39 From a young age, Maarten van der Weijden from the Netherlands was known as a promising swimming talent. However, before his career could begin he faced a challenge that could have ended it all. At only 19 years old Maarten was diagnosed with cancer. The doctor’s prognoses wasn’t promising and they said there was a very small chance the young man would survive the leukemia. But Maarten proved them wrong. Not only did the resilient swimmer beat cancer, he made a rapid comeback, swimming only 2 years after the diagnosis. To everyone’s surprise, the cancer-survivor managed to take his career even further by becoming a gold medalist at the Olympic Games in 2008 Beijing. Most athletes are known for pushing themselves to the limits and Maarten is no exception. Recently the swimmer attempted to swim the entire 200 kilometers (120 mi) long track of the Elfstedentocht in the Netherlands. The sole reason behind the event was to raise funds for cancer research, a cause close to Maarten’s heart. The swim was scheduled to take 3 days, including very short naps to rest. However, as Maarten swam further he fell ill and the water was deemed too polluted for him to continue. He had managed to swim a distance of 163 kilometers in 55 hours. And despite not being able to reach his 200-kilometer goal, the fundraising campaign was a huge success. The swimmer raised a stunning sum of more than $4 million! ----------------------------------------------------- ► Help us to 10,000 Subscribers! ------------------------------------------------- ► Subscribe : https://goo.gl/TppG39 ► Join us in facebook: https://goo.gl/MkwgyE ► Site web : https://goo.gl/qc478t ► Join us in Twitter : https://goo.gl/RGbuKb Music: Lights by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/-lbbHQbZNKg For copyright matters please contact us at: egozaboza1989@gmail.com
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Olympic Swimmers Explain 'Cupping'
 
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U.S. swimmers Dana Vollmer and Cody Miller explain the benefits of cupping therapy. LET'S CONNECT: Chicago Tribune ► http://trib.in/1ErxACI Google+ ► http://bit.ly/1MFPEfY Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1wSjSsz Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/18Ui46X Instagram ► http://bit.ly/1xt4hKL
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First Person: Olympic Swimmer Natalie Coughlin
 
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SportsFirst Person: Olympic Swimmer Natalie CoughlinFirst Person: Olympic Swimmer Natalie CoughlinThe Associated PressFour years ago, Natalie Coughlin became one of three American women to win five medals during one Olympics. She has high hopes for more medals as she heads to her second Olympics in Beijing. (July 15)This video contains ONLY natural sound. No script is available.
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Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Stephanie Rice supports Cancer Council NSW
 
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Three time Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Stephanie Rice talks about how your valuable donations helps support those affected by cancer. Visit http://www.cancercouncil.com.au Help raise funds http://www.daffodilday.com.au Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/cancercouncilnsw Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/cancercouncil
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U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials
 
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SportsU.S. Olympic Swimming TrialsU.S. Olympic Swimming TrialsThe Associated PressThree more U.S. swimmers qualified for Olympic events on Monday, including Katie Hoff, who became the first swimmer to qualify for the Beijing games in two events. (June 30)This video contains ONLY natural sound. No script is available.
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U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials
 
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SportsU.S. Olympic Swimming TrialsU.S. Olympic Swimming TrialsThe Associated PressAnother two world records were snapped on Tuesday at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials. The biggest surprise? Neither record was broken by Michael Phelps. (July 1)This video contains ONLY natural sound. No script is available.
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Aging Swimmer Makes Last Olympic Stab
 
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SportsAging Swimmer Makes Last Olympic StabAging Swimmer Makes Last Olympic StabThe Associated PressSwimmer Gary Hall Jr. is a three time Olympian, but hopes to make the team again in 2008 to compete in Beijing. The qualifying trials start later this month. (June 20)Aging Olympic Swimmer Makes One More Try for Medal OPEN SHOT -- DIVING OFF BOARD GARY HALL JUNIOR IS MAKING A LEAP. A THREE- TIME OLYMPIAN, HE IS HOPING THAT AT AGE 33, HE WILL QUALIFY AGAIN TO COMPETE IN THE SUMMER OLYMPICS. //SOT GARY HALL JR "I AM VERY, VERY, VERY, VERY OLD.HALL HAS BEEN TRAINING WITH INTERNATIONAL TEAMMATES AT THE RACE CLUB IN ISLAMORADA CHANGING HIS STROKE, AND CARING FOR HIS BODY //SOT GARY HALL "I KNOW IM GONNA SWIM REALLY FAST. I'VE BEEN TRAINING HARD, I'VE BEEN SWIMMING FAST, BUT, IS IT GONNA BE FAST ENOUGH. THAT'S THE QUESTION. BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE ANY CONTROL OVER WHAT THE OTHER SWIMMERS ARE GOING TO DO. THE TRAINING REGIMEN IS JUST ONE OF HIS TOOLS IN WHAT HALL HOPES WILL BE HIS FOURTH OLYMPIC TICKET. THE OTHER TOOL -- IS PHILOSOPHY. //SOT I THINK THERE ARE QUALITIES OF CHARACTER THAT DIFFERENTIATE A CHAMPION FROM AN ALSO RAN. AND SOME OF THOSE QUALITIES HAVEN'T' CHANGED....(JUMP CUT, COVER WITH PIX)I AM ALWAYS LOOKING FOR A NEW WAY TO SWIM FASTER, SO A LOT HAS CHANGED, AND SOME THINGS HAVEN'T CHANGEDHALL IS AN ICON FOR HIS FELLOW SWIMMERS -- WHO HAVE CONFIDENCE IN THE OLD MANSOT NATHAN ADRIAN "HE'S REALLY STRONG MENTALLY, HE ALWAYS KNOWS WHEN HE NEEDS TO GO FAST AND HE ALWAYS DOES IT. EVEN HIS COACH, IS NOW TAKING LESSONS FROM THE STUDENT SOT MIKE BOTTOM, COACH HE'S TEACHING ME 'IM HONORED TO BE ABLE TO BE HIS ADVISOR. AT THIS POINT, ITS KINDA FUN, BECAUSE E I WATCH WHAT HE'S HE DOES HE'S LEARNING NEW THINGSHE'S TEACHING ME NEW THINGS. WILL HE MAKE IT? HALL SAYS HE IS DETERMINED TO GO TO BEIJING, AND WIN A MEDAL -- IF HE DOES, HE'LL BE THE OLDEST AMERICAN MALE SWIMMER TO WIN SINCE 1924. THE QUALIFYING TRIALS START LATER THIS MONTH. TONY WINTON THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI
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Michael Phelps Helps Make A Splash | My Wish | ESPN Archives
 
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(2015) Take a look back when Hailey Cannaday, a 16-year-old swimmer, had been battling osteosarcoma, a type of cancer, in her leg. With the help of her Olympic idol, Michael Phelps, she made a splash in the pool. Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: http://ow.ly/1YWF30aFCi3 Subscribe NOW to ESPN on YouTube: http://ow.ly/xjsF309WWdG Get more ESPN on YouTube: First Take: http://ow.ly/n47n30aLirR SC6 with Michael & Jemele: http://ow.ly/jXhw30aLiGv SportsCenter with SVP: http://ow.ly/upAm30aLiK4 This Is SportsCenter: http://ow.ly/dhu3309WWgH ESPN Must-See: http://ow.ly/VMLx309WWid ESPN Stories: http://ow.ly/3FiD30aLiQs ESPN on Social Media: Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/espn Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/espn Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/espn Visit ESPN on YouTube to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball, soccer and more. More on ESPN.com: http://www.espn.com
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UNBELIEVABLE: The Chad le Clos Story - Official Documentary (2016)
 
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Four years ago at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Chad le Clos stunned the world when he beat Michael Phelps to an Olympic gold medal in the 200m butterfly. His father Bert, Chad’s best friend and mentor, captured hearts all over the planet with his emotional response to Chad’s victory on the BBC. Chad goes head-to-head with Phelps again this summer, with their races the most anticipated of the Games, but the journey to Rio has been beset with family pain. Bert has been fighting prostate cancer since his diagnosis in 2015; and his wife Geraldine, Chad’s mum, is fighting breast cancer for the second time, and underwent a double mastectomy in May this year. “UNBELIEVABLE” is the story of Chad and Bert’s road to Rio, a story of extraordinary emotion, incredible commitment and burning desire for Olympic gold. A OneToWatch production, UNBELIEVABLE has been directed by Sir Matthew Pinsent, himself a four time Olympic Gold medallist and BBC broadcaster. Find more exclusive sports coverage: http://bit.ly/29fLAow Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMpVCIbFCq8VtQe5QRpYGxQ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/12W_onetowatch Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bleacherreport Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/12w_onetowatch/ Find out more about Chad on his channels: http://www.chadleclos.com/ https://www.facebook.com/chadleclosof... https://twitter.com/chadleclos https://www.instagram.com/chadleclos92/
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2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Clinic - Notre Dame Swimming & Diving
 
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In the 2nd annual Coaches vs. Cancer Clinic, hosted by the Women's Swimming & Diving Team, over $20,000 dollars were raised. 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist Tyler McGill joined the event, helping to instruct the young swimmers.
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USOC: Ryan Lochte, 3 other US swimmers robbed in Rio
 
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Gold medalist Ryan Lochte and three other US Olympic swimmers were robbed at gunpoint, the US Olympic Committee said.
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First Person: Olympic Swimmer Michael Phelps
 
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SportsFirst Person: Olympic Swimmer Michael PhelpsFirst Person: Olympic Swimmer Michael PhelpsThe Associated PressWhen USA Swimmer Michael Phelps heads to Beijing next month, he'll get 8 chances to break Mark Spitz's 36-year-old record of 7 gold medals at one Olympic Games. Phelps won 6 gold medals at in Athens. (July 14)This video contains ONLY natural sound. No script is available.
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Former Olympic Swimmer Organising Swimathon To Raise Cash For Cancer Charity
 
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Former Olympic swimmer Katy Sexton is organising a swimathon to raise money for charity Brain Tumour Research. Her sister Kelly Lee had a brain tumour and recovered from it. That's Solent's Charlotte Briere-Edney finds out how her sister's illness impacted the swimmer and what Brain Tumour Research does.
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Olympic Swimmer Cullen Jones: I "Never Lost Hope" in London
 
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After nabbing two silvers and a gold, the swimmer opens up to Us about the next phase of his career
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Auburn Swimming and Diving Coach Richard Quick on SEC-TV
 
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Auburn swimming and diving head coach Richard Quick, a six-time United States Olympic coach who directed 12 teams to NCAA titles, was diagnosed with an inoperable cancerous brain tumor in December 2008. SEC-TV sits down with Quick to discuss his success as a coach and his determination to face to the challenges that come with his diagnosis.
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No Olympics For U.S. Swimmer
 
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"CBS News RAW:" 21-year-old swimmer Jessica Hardy has denied any wrongdoing after recently testing positive for a banned stimulant, ruining her dreams of competing in the Beijing Olympics.
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Ryan Lochte, Olympic Swimmers Robbed At Gunpoint In Rio
 
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Four American swimmers competing in the Olympics, including six-time gold medalist Ryan Lochte, were robbed at gunpoint in Rio early Sunday, authorities said. Lochte and fellow swimmers Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen had left a party at France House and were traveling to the Olympic Village by taxi when the incident occurred, the United States Olympic Committee said in a statement.
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Eric Shanteau Olympic swimmer talks about life as cancer survivor
 
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Eric Shanteau, who became one of Austin's most talked about residents after competing in Beijing in 2008, spoke with KVUEs Melissa Gale. Most people watching the Olympic trials had no idea he was in the fight for his life.
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Eric Shanteau | Olympic Athlete
 
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http://www.crownspeakers.com/eric-shanteau/ For more information on Eric Shanteau please contact Crown Speakers Bureau at 1.877.8-TALENT (1.877.882.5368) or visit http://www.crownspeakers.com/ Eric grew up in Lilburn, GA. As an age group swimmer, he broke numerous state records and recorded countless top 16 times. While attending Parkview High School, he led his team to 3 consecutive state team titles and still holds several state records. Upon graduation in 2002, Eric became the first male in the history of the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Program to graduate with a 4.0 GPA and a national title. Eric went on to attend Auburn University where he completed his four years of eligibility undefeated in team competitions. During that time his team compiled 32 duel meet victories, 4 SEC titles, and 4 NCAA titles. Eric was a co-captain his senior year as his class finished with a perfect record. Eric graduated with a degree in Entrepreneurship and Family Business and was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and an CSCAA Academic All-American. Upon graduating Eric moved to Austin, TX where he currently lives and trains at the University of Texas with coaches Eddie Reese and Kris Kubik. During the summer of 2008, Eric received some life changing news. On June 19, 2008, just one week before the Olympic Trials, Eric was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Eric was cleared to compete at Olympic Trials where he qualified for the 2008 Olympic team in the 200 breaststroke. After careful consideration, Eric decided to delay treatment and stay on the team in order to fulfill his dream of competing in the Olympics. Despite everything going on outside of the pool, Eric swam a lifetime best at the Olympics. After returning home, he underwent surgery and was officially declared cancer free on September 15, 2008. Since that time, he has begun working with the Lance Armstrong Foundation where he is a new voice for young adult cancer awareness. Eric has returned to the pool and 2009 proved to be a breakout year. At the World Championships in Rome, Eric established himself among the world's elite. He broke the American Record in the 100 and 200 meter breaststroke. He is the only American to break 59 seconds in the 100 and 2 minutes 8 seconds in the 200. He also swam the breaststroke leg of the 4 x 100 medley relay that not only won the gold medal but also shattered the World Record. For more information on Eric Shanteau visit: http://www.crownspeakers.com/eric-shanteau
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Swimmers Honor Sick Teammate With Sea of Red Umbrellas
 
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Grace Bunke is an inspiration to her teammates. The 14-year-old champion swimmer has a terminal case of bone cancer. Grace qualified for the state swim meet at Georgia Tech this weekend, but she was too ill to attend. Olympic swimmers offered their good wishes in a tape that was played at the meet, but sadly, Grace was too sick to leave her house. Olympic silver medal swimmer Amanda Weir swam in Grace's place. Her friends also paid tribute to her with a sea of umbrellas.
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Winning Olympic Gold with Half a Lung - Santiago Lange | Against All Odds
 
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Argentine sailor and six-time Olympian Santiago Lange lost half a lung to cancer but still went on to win his first Olympic gold medal at Rio 2016 at the age of 54. Discover more fantastic stories of Olympians who overcame incredible difficulties to reach the top of their sports in the "Against All Odds" series: https://www.olympicchannel.com/en/playback/against-all-odds/ Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5
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Dara Torres - ACS Volunteers
 
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Dara Torres, five-time Olympic swimmer, talks about the champions that volunteer for the American Cancer Society
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U.S. Swimmer's Coach Ailing
 
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As 41-year-old American swimmer Dara Torres prepares to compete at this year's Olympics in Beijing, her trainer must battle a potentially fatal blood disorder back home. Kelly Cobiella reports.
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Healthy Tips From Olympic Swimmer Stephanie Rice & Cancer Council NSW
 
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Three time Olympic Gold Medal swimmer Stephanie Rice shares some tips to help you stay, fit healthy and active. Visit http://www.cancercouncil.com.au Help raise funds http://www.daffodilday.com.au Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/cancercouncilnsw Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/cancercouncil
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BSU at the Games: Eric Shanteau (USA Swimming)
 
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http://www.bsuatthegames.com http://www.facebook.com/bsuatthegames http://www.twitter.com/bsuatthegames BSU at the Games continues its daily series introducing you to Team USA athletes. As the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials continue in Omaha, we introduce you to cancer survivor and Olympian Eric Shanteau. Follow BSU at the Games on Twitter @bsuatthegames and visit our official site, www.bsuatthegames.com.
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SWIMMING FOR CANCER
 
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AN AVIANO TEACHER IS MAKING A SPLASH BY RAISING MONEY FOR CANCER RESEARCH. AIRMAN FIRST CLASS KATIE LEONHARD TAKES US TO THE BASE POOL TO LEARN MORE.
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Hardy Withdraws From Olympic Swim Team
 
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SportsHardy Withdraws From Olympic Swim TeamHardy Withdraws From Olympic Swim TeamThe Associated PressSwimmer Jessica Hardy withdrew from the U.S. Olympic team Friday, four weeks after testing positive for a banned substance at the Olympic trials. (August 1)Swimmer Jessica Hardy will not be in the pool at the Beijing Olympics.Hardy withdrew from the U.S. Olympic team Friday, four weeks after testing positive for a banned substance at the Olympic trials.The move was announced by the the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, which said Hardy backed out 'in the best interests of the team.'Hardy could have challenged the drug test results before the American Arbitration Association, and potentially filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport.That would have kept her first Olympic berth in doubt until the eve of the games that open in one week.In late July, Hardy told the AP she had no idea how she tested positive for the banned substance saying she'd never even heard of the drug.With Hardy's withdrawal, USA Swimming is allowed to place swimmers already on the team in her open events.
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Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer Nathan Adrian on His Olympic Journey - #ICanIgnite
 
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Nathan Adrian is a five time Olympic gold medalist swimmer and he currently holds the American record for the 50-meter freestyle. Nathan shares the story of his journey to the Olympics, what drives him and who he looks up to as part of the #ICanIgnite series. CONNECT WITH PULSE SPIKES https://www.instagram.com/pulsespikes/ https://twitter.com/pulsespikes https://www.facebook.com/pulsespikes ABOUT IGNITE Ignite is a non-profit, social good project founded by Anna Zhang, the editor-in-chief of Pulse Spikes. Anna is currently 15 years old and resides in New York. While still attending public high school, Anna has established a name for herself in the industry as an accomplished photographer, directing campaigns for renowned brands and celebrity photoshoots. Anna founded Pulse Spikes in 2015 as a publication that redefines the media. Pulse Spikes is an online and quarterly print magazine made by young people for young people. The publication introduces young visionaries to the world and provides a platform for creatives to share their talents. Ignite is a rolling, community-based platform that shares the stories of creative individuals and their thoughts and experiences on topics usually not covered by the media. Some of these fields include self love and breaking stereotypes. PREORDER IGNITE: the book: http://ignite.pulsespikes.com/book/ In collaboration with Covenant House, the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless youth and ending child trafficking.
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Enduring Grace - Members of U.S. Olympic team honor 14 year old
 
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Members of U.S. Olympic team honor 14 year old In a venue built for Olympians, young swimmers get a glimpse of what the pool must have felt like during the ’96 Games. The stands are packed with spectators and there’s an ocean of possibilities for these fourteen-and-under athletes, but one of the team's most admired swimmers couldn’t be there to compete. Just days before the competition, Grace Bunke was hospitalized. Instead, members of the Team USA Swim Team represented her in an Olympic-sized tribute.
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Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice appreciates India's performance at Rio, watch video | Filmibeat
 
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Australian swimming champion Stephanie Rice is in India these days. Recently she is spotted at Sonam Kapoor's IMC exhibition where she talked about India's performance in Rio Olympics and wishes PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik. She looks absolutely stunning in red dress. Watch the video here. Subscribe to FilmiBeat Channel for latest updates on movies and related videos. https://goo.gl/qlauzb Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/filmibeat Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Filmibeat/ Join our circle in Google Plus https://plus.google.com/+filmibeat/
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Swim captain who lost leg to cancer is still swimming
 
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This story isn’t about the Athol High School swim captain who lost a leg to cancer. This story is about Brian, and a spirit that only grew stronger Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1e8lAMZ Get more Boston news:http://wcvb.com/ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: https://twitter.com/WCVB Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wcvb
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Meghan's Story
 
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A young synchronized swimmer on the U.S. National team with dreams for the 2012 Summer Olympics has a new dream and goal after doctors found a tumor in her knee and diagnosed her with Osteosarcoma. To learn more about Osteosarcoma and the bone tumor program at Nationwide Children's Hospital, visit: http://bit.ly/Y1qSOY Follow-up on Meghan's story as she gets into the water for the first time after finishing her cancer treatment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hNw3mxTauc&feature=plcp&context=C434fd0bVDvjVQa1PpcFPQR0yklke_Nktbr1EsyGzuOY4uUeBvazA%3D
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Eric Shanteau - 100 Breast Runner-Up - 2012 Olympic Trials
 
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Former Auburn swimmer Eric Shanteau addresses the media after earning a spot on the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team with a runner-up finish in the 100 breaststroke, Tuesday, June 26, 2012, in Omaha, Neb.
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