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  • 3-time Olympian finds ‘happy place’ in raging whitewater

    Casey Eichfeld, who lives in Mount Holly, NC, and trains in Charlotte, joins a small family of three-time Olympians as he races Canoe Slalom for Team USA in the Rio Games. The sprint event can last anywhere from 90 to 110 seconds, and Eichfeld says that upon crossing the finish line, “you’re zapped.”

3-time Olympian finds ‘happy place’ in raging whitewater

Casey Eichfeld, who lives in Mount Holly, NC, and trains in Charlotte, joins a small family of three-time Olympians as he races Canoe Slalom for Team USA in the Rio Games. The sprint event can last anywhere from 90 to 110 seconds, and Eichfeld says that upon crossing the finish line, “you’re zapped.”
Brittany Peterson McClatchy