Eric Shanteau - Quotes

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Being happy outside the pool means fast swimming in the pool. ---->>>

If I have one message to young swimmers about taking care of their bodies, it's definitely take care of your shoulders. ---->>>

I attacked my cancer diagnosis the same way I attack training and competing, and that's pretty fearless. ---->>>

I've kind of got an out in cancer. It keeps things in perspective for me. ---->>>

Olympic medals are the one medal that I don't have; I've won just about every other competition that I've been at. ---->>>

There's a lot more to life than just the Olympic Games. ---->>>

Getting to the Olympics was, has always been, my swimming dream since I was 8 or 9 years old. You know, right after I started swimming it was, 'I want to make an Olympic team. That's where I want to be.' ---->>>

At 28, you need recovery time after training. ---->>>

I think you have to be weird to swim breaststroke. ---->>>

I'm really looking forward to just concentrating on the swimming part now instead of what's going on with me outside the pool. ---->>>

After my cancer diagnosis, I really took my swimming to a new level. ---->>>

I don't know what cancer did to me but I put on probably 10 pounds of muscle and got a lot stronger in the weight room and during our dry-land stuff. ---->>>

I think being an athlete prepares you for more things than people give us credit for. ---->>>

One of the things you learn when you get married is how you need to always work on continuing to make it better. ---->>>

When you get to an event like the Olympic Games, you can put too much pressure on yourself. ---->>>

I don't let myself get upset about the little nitpicky things anymore. ---->>>

I know there's life after the Olympics. ---->>>

I've been in a Speedo half my life. So I am really comfortable with my body. ---->>>

Most people take long breaks after Olympics. I needed some normalcy back in my life, so I came back to the pool. ---->>>

Obviously, losing a parent is very difficult. I miss my dad every day, but I know he would be proud to see me continuing to swim and going for another shot at the Olympics.

Obviously, losing a parent is very difficult. I miss my dad every day, but I know he would be proud to see me continuing to swim and going for another shot at the Olympics.

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 10-01, 1983
Birthplace: Snellville, Georgia
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Occupation: Athlete
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Eric Lee Shanteau (born October 1, 1983) is an American former competition swimmer who won two gold medals as a member of winning United States relay teams at the World Championships. He was a member of the 2008 and 2012 U.S. Olympic teams, and earned a gold medal as a member of the winning U.S. team in the 4×100-meter medley relay at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London (wikipedia)