To help launch a new online application to get people into the pool, Olympian Summer Sanders joins today's edition of The Morning Swim Show to talk about USA Swimming’s new SwimToday program. Sanders talks about the program and its goal to not only give people unfettered resources to find a local pool, but to find learn-to-swim programs in their area to get kids water safe. As a mother of children who swim and play other sports, Sanders talks about how life has changed for her after watching her children in the pool. She also looks back on her Olympic experience, winning a medal of each color at the 1992 Games.
Olympic champion Summer Sanders was recently "fired" from the reality show "Celebrity Apprentice," and she talks about her decision to not blame other competitors for their deeds and how it tied in with the work she does for Right to Play. She also talks about life now in Utah and how her daughter is becoming a swimmer.