Olympic Champion Janet Evans on the Importance of Using a Logbook

Olympic Champion Janet Evans on the Importance of Using a Logbook

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Olympic Champion Janet Evans on the Importance of Using a Logbook

Olympic Champion Janet Evans on the Importance of Using a Logbook

London 2012: Janet Evans on comeback trail after 16 years  For two years, American swimmer Janet Evans has been focused on achieving the most improbable feat.    Twenty four years after winning three gold medals at the 1988 Seoul Olympics as a teenager, and 16 years after retiring, the 40-year-old mother of two is in the midst of a comeback.

London 2012: Janet Evans on comeback trail after 16 years

London 2012: Janet Evans on comeback trail after 16 years For two years, American swimmer Janet Evans has been focused on achieving the most improbable feat. Twenty four years after winning three gold medals at the 1988 Seoul Olympics as a teenager, and 16 years after retiring, the 40-year-old mother of two is in the midst of a comeback.

Janet Evans Delivers a TED talk on the meaning of winning

Janet Evans Delivers a TED talk on the meaning of winning

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Four-time gold medalist Janet Evans held the women’s 800m freestyle world record for 18 years (8:16:22), as well as carrying the Olympic torch (passing to Muhammad Ali) in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. She is now making a comeback at age 40 (read NY Times article).

Four-time gold medalist Janet Evans held the women’s 800m freestyle world record for 18 years (8:16:22), as well as carrying the Olympic torch (passing to Muhammad Ali) in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. She is now making a comeback at age 40 (read NY Times article).

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