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Olympic gold medalist inspires Gainesville kids to get swimming

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Each year rescue personnel are called to beaches and home swimming pools in child drowning cases. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Nickelle Smith reports, an Olympic swimmer brought a message to Gainesville parents this week encouraging them to get their kids into swimming lessons.

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  • swimfanaddict

    Great story. AMAYA ROCKS! Her mom is super hot too!