You’re probably not a swim fan like me, and it probably doesn’t excite you like some other sports. But I write this time since I have a vested interest in watching my cousin Nathan, who just accomplished some hefty goals these last few days!
At the Short Course Championships, held last weekend, in Manchester, England, Nathan served notice to the swimming world by going a 46.67 in the 100m free, out-touching Filippo Magnini of Italy by 0.03sec, to win the gold medal. In addition, he teamed up with three teammates to break a world record in the 400m free relay (3:08.44). So what does this mean?