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  • Swimmer Madison Kennedy talks about balancing life while going for Olympic goal

    The 28-year-old swimmer, who trains in Charlotte with SwimMAC Carolina's Team Elite, and her fiance/strength coach Eric Lane talk about priorities, and how to balance work and life with training toward an Olympic goal. (If you're having trouble hearing the video, try it with headphones.)

The 28-year-old swimmer, who trains in Charlotte with SwimMAC Carolina's Team Elite, and her fiance/strength coach Eric Lane talk about priorities, and how to balance work and life with training toward an Olympic goal. (If you're having trouble hearing the video, try it with headphones.) Mark Hames Charlotte Observer
The 28-year-old swimmer, who trains in Charlotte with SwimMAC Carolina's Team Elite, and her fiance/strength coach Eric Lane talk about priorities, and how to balance work and life with training toward an Olympic goal. (If you're having trouble hearing the video, try it with headphones.) Mark Hames Charlotte Observer

She’s a rebel. Will that get swimmer Madison Kennedy to the Olympics – or keep her out?

June 16, 2016 7:00 AM