Park Tae-Hwan, Set For Court June 4, Joins School Kids For Swim Lesson In Seoul

Park Tae-Hwan earned his third and fourth gold medals of the Asian Champs - By Patrick B. Kraemer

News Round-Up: Park Tae-hwan, serving an 18-month ban for doping, will swim in a public pool in Seoul on Monday after parents of local school children allowed him to join a class. His presence in the pool is not forbidden under WADA rules; Japan’s Naoya Tomita found guilty of camera theft, fined $890

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News Round-Up: Park Tae-hwan, serving an 18-month ban for doping, will swim in a public pool in Seoul on Monday after parents of local school children allowed him to join a class. His presence in the pool is not forbidden under WADA rules; Japan’s Naoya Tomita found guilty of camera theft, fined $890

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