Jazz Carlin Tops League Of Smart Trackers With Priceless Pieces Of Silver In Rio

Jazz Carlin tracks Katie Ledecky on their way to the top two spots in the 400m freestyle in Rio - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Jazz Carlin: “When I was 13 I had a dream of going to the Olympics but I had no idea if I would ever have the chance. A lot of people didn’t believe in me but I didn’t let that stop me. I was never the most talented, but I always made sure I worked as hard as I could.” The latest in our series of Rio Reflections

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Jazz Carlin: “When I was 13 I had a dream of going to the Olympics but I had no idea if I would ever have the chance. A lot of people didn’t believe in me but I didn’t let that stop me. I was never the most talented, but I always made sure I worked as hard as I could.” The latest in our series of Rio Reflections

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clive rushton

“For Britain, that meant a record unmatched by any other nation at the past three Olympic Games in the two distance events: seven medals from 18 chances.”

7 from 12 surely. Limit of 2 per country.

Craig Lord

Indeed, Clive. Clarified 🙂

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