Split Time, Dec. 6: Six Weeks Later, With Richard Shoulberg

PHOENIX, Arizona, December 6. SIX weeks ago the sport of swimming lost one of its greatest athletes and greatest people, Fran Crippen. It marks the first time, in the modern era, that a swimmer died in competition. In the weeks that followed this tragedy, there were many questions, most of which have not been answered in any kind of official manner.

So, what did happen on Oct. 23 in Dubai? How does one of the fittest swimmers at the top of his game drown?

To go over some of these questions and talk about what needs to change to ensure that this never happens again we've brought in Fran's coach, Richard Shoulberg.

To read the email exchanges discussed in this episode, go to www.swimmingcoach.org.

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