The Hardest Team to Make

There’s a reason they say the United States Olympic team is the hardest team to make. It isn’t just the competition. It’s also the shear amount of physical and mental stress. Both in preparation, and the competition itself. Whether acknowledged or not, it’s there. A percentage of athletes that compete at the Trials have literally waited four years (or more) for their chance at the team.


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  1. Phil
    Phil says:

    Thanks for the great blog.

    If it’s not too personal–how has your newly expanded family helped and/ or hindered your preparations for London?


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