Archive - Aug 8, 2016

Archive - Aug 8, 2016

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Dana Vollmer Overcomes Heart Condition and Successfully Competes in Rio Olympics

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL-- Dana Vollmer didn’t set the world record Sunday night. She didn’t even successfully defend her gold medal in the 100-meter butterfly.

But Vollmer didn’t leave the Olympic Aquatics Stadium disappointed.

She also didn’t leave without more hardware. The 28-year-old proudly wore the bronze medal around her neck after swimming a time of 56.63 seconds. Only 17 months after giving birth to Arlen Jackson Grant and 15 months after resuming her career, it felt more like gold.

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