Two brothers survived the 2008 hurricane Katrina in New Orleans by busting a hole through the roof of their home to escape the high floodwaters. Though they lived to tell the story it wasn’t without a long-lasting trauma. For years they harbored a terrible fear of water that prevented them from entering any body of water larger than a hotel jacuzzi. In 2018, these young men learned to sink, float, and swim an elementary breaststroke in 3.5-hours as two of the very first, Swim UP Hill Method students with Jamal Hill.
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