Why Do I Swim? Asks Miley As She Talks Next Steps In Her Journey And Athlete Identity

Hannah Miley [Photo: Arena]

When Hannah Miley finished an agonising fourth in the 400IM at the Rio Olympics, it prompted a spectrum of emotions as well as a period of contemplation, but now – according to father and coach Patrick – she is “more determined than ever” with the Commonwealth Games in Australia in April and a possible record-breaking feat the subject of her steely focus.

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When Hannah Miley finished an agonising fourth in the 400IM at the Rio Olympics, it prompted a spectrum of emotions as well as a period of contemplation, but now – according to father and coach Patrick – she is “more determined than ever” with the Commonwealth Games in Australia in April and a possible record-breaking feat the subject of her steely focus.

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