Simone Manuel on her responsibility in bringing swimming awareness to the African-American Community


Simone Manuel, the first of three African Americans to place in the top three spots in the 100 yard freestyle in any Women’s NCAA Division I Swimming Championship, discusses her responsiblity in inspiring the next generation of African-American and minority swimmers. The two-time NCAA Champion, describes the efforts of her and her swimming peers in bringing awareness of the sport of swimming to the African-American community.

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