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Kaitlin Sandeno - Love Unconditionally, Do Your Absolute Best, and Be a Good Person
|Duration||1 Hour 1 Minute 44 Seconds|
|Description||Kaitlin is a 4-time Olympic medalist including 2 bronze, 1 silver (her favourite), and 1 gold. She’s also a 5-time World Champion. In 2004 in Athens, Kaitlin along with Natalie Coughlin, Carly Piper and Dana Vollmer broke the 17 year old world record by more than 2 seconds with their victory in the 4x200m freestyle relay. 2018 saw Kaitlin being a broadcaster and swim coach who’s helping to raise the next generation of good young swimmers. She’s also the national spokesperson for the Jessie Rees foundation whose mission is to help every kid fighting cancer to never, ever give up. This podcast conversation includes working to improve your weaknesses vs. staying inside your comfort zone, Kaitlin’s favorite Olympic memory, giving back through the Jessie Rees foundation, helping to raise a future generation of good people now as a coach, and much more.|