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Immerse Episode 2: Dave Radcliffe

May 24, 2017 0 Comments


In this episode, Andrew interviews Olympian and U.S. Masters swimmer Dave Radcliffe, and they chat about his love of open-water swimming, the World’s Fair in Cambodia, and how he clinched a spot in the 1956 Olympics because of his assignment in the Army.
Immerse is a talk podcast, in which we interview some of the athletes we know that are doing cool things in their fields, in their pools, and in their communities. This is something that we’re really excited about, because it allows us to show the world the kinds of people that inspire us the most as a company – people with goals, drive, vision, and unique perspective. Due to how conversations flow differently with different people, episodes of Immerse will vary a bit in length, but will usually be between 20 and 30 minutes. (Noting this episode’s length, we would like to add some emphasis to the word “usually.”) They will be posted to iTunes and Google Music, as well as this website, every two weeks.
 

Andrew McUne
Andrew McUne



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