How Tewksbury Triumphed In & Out Of Water

Mark Tewksbury (CAN)

As the gold medalist in the 100 back from the 1987 Pan Pacific Championships, Tewksbury had every reason to believe he could reach the Olympic podium at Seoul 1988 – but he found himself locked out. He fought on and took gold in 1992 but his story of overcoming adversity and struggle spilled beyond the pool into his personal life

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As the gold medalist in the 100 back from the 1987 Pan Pacific Championships, Tewksbury had every reason to believe he could reach the Olympic podium at Seoul 1988 – but he found himself locked out. He fought on and took gold in 1992 but his story of overcoming adversity and struggle spilled beyond the pool into his personal life

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Lane Four

So cool, Mark. Such a wonderful person.

Isidro

Thanks for finally writing about >Swim News: How Tewksbury Triumphed In & Out Of Water <Loved it!

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