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The Hamilton Review

Jul 5, 2022

Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast!

In this episode, Dr. Bob sits down with Olympic gold medal swimmer Gary Hall, Jr. 

Gary shares his story of beginning competitive swimming as a young teen and the hard work that it took to make it to the Olympic Games, including dealing with a Type One diabetes diagnosis. 

Gary is now a swim instructor for kids and he talks about the importance of water safety. Check out Gary’s swim school in Los Angeles, Sea Monkeys Swimming!

Don't miss this great conversation with a 10x Olympic medalist (including 5 GOLD medals). Thank you for listening and please share with a friend!  

Gary Hall Jr. Bio:

10 Olympic Medals in Swimming and Olympic Hall of Fame Inductee. Using accomplishment in sport as a platform to advance diabetes advocacy for over 20 years, Gary amassed an influential network of policy makers, politicians, healthcare industry executives, diabetes care specialists, medical research, nutrition, philanthropic, sport, physical activity, obesity prevention, sports medicine and sports science organizations.

Over 80 keynote presentations internationally. Gary has three times testified before Senate subcommittees on healthcare related issues, was the first ever recipient of USA Swimming’s Humanitarian Award and was a featured speaker at the 2016 Vatican hosted Cellular Horizons conference on stem cell therapy. One of his health initiatives was recognized at the Aspen Institute's Project Play Summit. He's also presented at American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, American College of Sports Medicine, International Olympic Committee Medical Commission, National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute conferences. Secretary, Sanford Health Research & World Clinic Board, Prysm Institute Advisory Board, Aspen Institute Project Play Advisory Group, National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute Leadership Board.

Founder of Sea Monkeys Swimming, Los Angeles based learn-to-swim school. While competing for the USA Swimming National Team, Gary co-founded The Race Club, an international swimming academy. Today The Race Club is one of the most recognized brands in the sport of swimming. Considered one of the first professional swim teams, Race Club athletes have won over 40 Olympic medals. The Race Club continues to run swim camps and clinics year round.

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