1936 Olympian Adolph Kiefer still gets a kick from swimming


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Adolph Kiefer, a 96-year-old Chicago area swimmer who won a gold medal in the 1936 Olympics, talks about his lifetime of swimming. Kiefer is also an inventor and innovator of new products related to aquatics competition.


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