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Here’s What It Actually Takes To Be An Olympic Swimmer

It seems like Olympic swimming sprinters are actually superhuman. For example, to qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics, they have to be able to swim the length of a pool in about 23 to 26 seconds. That’s 50 meters — or a few feet longer than the length of a football field — in LESS THAN 30 SECONDS, PEOPLE.

So, how the heck do they do it?


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