Michael Klim: ‘As A Swimmer I Never Got Stressed; It’s Everyday That Can Be Stressful’

Michael Klim (centre left) and Ian Thorpe (top right) with teammates back in 2007, one on the cusp of retirement, the other through the door - by Patrick B. Kraemer

In the discussion about how world-class athletes need to prepare for life beyond the race, Michael Klim, Olympic and World titles and medals stacked in his treasury, says that he visited a sports psychologist to help him through the hard transition from Australia team swimmer to life beyond elite racing after retirement in 2007

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In the discussion about how world-class athletes need to prepare for life beyond the race, Michael Klim, Olympic and World titles and medals stacked in his treasury, says that he visited a sports psychologist to help him through the hard transition from Australia team swimmer to life beyond elite racing after retirement in 2007

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