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Monday October 20, 2008

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Olympic gold medalist Adolph Kiefer joins The Morning Swim Show in this special Ready Room edition from the recent American Swim Coaches Association world clinic.

Kiefer, 90, won the 100 backstroke at the 1936 Olympic Games, and in this interview with International Swimming Hall of Fame CEO Bruce Wigo, Kiefer gives his impressions of Michael Phelps, both in and out of the pool. Kiefer met Phelps at a meeting with Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, where Phelps agreed to help with a learn-to-swim program in Chicago.

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