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Eric Shanteau, Part 1 on The Morning Swim Show

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Jan. 24, 2013: On today's edition of The Morning Swim Show, we bring you the first of a two-part interview with Olympian Eric Shanteau. Shanteau has been a part of the Livestrong Foundation since his cancer diagnosis in 2008, and he talks about how he and the organization are moving forward in the wake of Lance Armstrong’s confession of doping during his cycling career. It was a hard pill for Shanteau to swallow as he watched Armstrong’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, and he discusses the rationale behind his anger from the perspective of an elite athlete.
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