Dickens Announces Retirement From The Fast Lane

Two-time Olympian Scott Dickens, the first Canadian to post a sub one-minute time in the 100-metre breaststroke, has announced his retirement from competitive swimming after a 10-year career with the national team; ‘’To be successful you have to surround yourself with successful people. At the Dolphins, there was Brent Hayden, Mike Mintenko and Brian Johns. It was a professional atmosphere and it really drove me.’’

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Two-time Olympian Scott Dickens, the first Canadian to post a sub one-minute time in the 100-metre breaststroke, has announced his retirement from competitive swimming after a 10-year career with the national team; ‘’To be successful you have to surround yourself with successful people. At the Dolphins, there was Brent Hayden, Mike Mintenko and Brian Johns. It was a professional atmosphere and it really drove me.’’

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