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I actually love swimming but I just hate jumping in the water. ---->>>

I live in a swimsuit so I'm really comfortable with my body. ---->>>

I'm comfortable in the locker room situation, so whatever. ---->>>

When I was little, I wasn't so little. I had a big old round belly and I was really clumsy, but I was super confident. ---->>>

I don't have any superstitions, but what I always travel with is my pillow and my coffee. ---->>>

I was tempted my junior year to go out of college and forgo my eligibility. I had broken several world records. I did have a lot of people telling me that I should go pro. ---->>>

I generally wake up at 4:30, have breakfast No. 1, then get to the pool by 5 a.m. ---->>>

The pressure of the Olympic Games is real overwhelming. ---->>>

There's an adage that a lot of coaches have, that I completely disagree with, is if you make the Olympic team too early you become complacent. ---->>>

There's just something about that cold rush that I know I hate and a lot of other swimmers hate. ---->>>

You see a lot of us lingering around. We'll just stand there on the edge of the pool and kinda psych ourselves up into getting in. ---->>>

I hate how late we have our Olympic Trials, always have. ---->>>

I very much looked up to Janet Evans and Summer Sanders. ---->>>

I was the official wedding photographer at one of my best friends' weddings. Fortunately she was one of the most easygoing brides ever, so she made it easy for me. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 08-23, 1982
Birthplace: Vallejo, California, U.S
Occupation: Athlete

Natalie Coughlin Hall (born August 23, 1982), née Natalie Anne Coughlin, is an American competition swimmer and twelve-time Olympic medalist. While attending the University of California, Berkeley, she became the first woman ever to swim the 100-meter backstroke (long course) in less than one minute—ten days before her 20th birthday in 2002 (wikipedia)