Dale Oen operated so that he can train more

Norway’s Olympic silver medalist Alexander Dale Oen underwent a nose operation recently, in order to hopefully be freed of the 4 to 6 weeks that he usually struggles with the common cold, or at least be able to train better through these weeks. “I can of course train when I have the cold, but it is not optimal for restitution or hard workouts”, says the norwegian breaststroker. See text and video on nrk.no. Via www.simma.nu/no.


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  1. […] with for 17 years, where he was the only elite swimmer, to Bærumsvømmerne. And it also helped to have his sinuses operated on, which has decimated his amount of sick […]

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