Despite her small size and unorthodox windmill stroke, Janet Evans was a natural-born swimmer who was swimming laps at the age of two. By the end of her storied career, she was considered to be the greatest female distance swimmer of all time. On her path to earning that accolade, Evans earned four individual Olympic gold medals and one silver medal, won seventeen international titles and forty-five US National titles, and broke seven world records, many of which stood for two decades. Janet is a true legend in her sport as well as in women's sports.
Janet is now at the helm corralling athlete for the LA2024 Bid to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Olivia Morgan, who won the individual high point title at the U.S. Collegiate National Championships in March, was named USA Synchro’s Athlete of the Year. Morgan, a USA Synchro athlete representative, helped lead Team USA to the bronze medal and finished fourth in the duet free at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia. Morgan also earned Collegiate All-American status, leading Stanford to the team title and adding gold medals in duet and trio at Collegiate Nationals.
Now what does she do? Box!
Yep that's right! Listen in to learn how and why she made the transition.
About the host:
John Register, Paralympic Silver Medalist | Inspirational Catalyst and Change Management Speaker | who shows business leaders and sports professionals how to courageously step up to championship performance by walking in the new normal.