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  • Lindsay Geffon

    Olympic Medalist Swimmer Dara Torres

  • EqualRightsAdvocates

    Olympic Silver Medalist in Swimming Child: Tessa Grace, 5 At 44, Dara Torres has, unintentionally, become the face of Olympic moms. She is the first swimmer from the US to compete in five Olympic games, and has won 12 medals in the process. She’s also the first woman to swim in the Olympics after the age of 40. Torres made waves in the Beijing Olympics, when, after giving birth to her daughter Tessa Grace, she won three silver medals.

  • Judy Kauffman

    Dara Torres- she just keeps swimming!

  • Gator Country

    Olympic Swimmer and former Gator Dara Torres laughs after completing a race. For news on Florida Swimming and all Gator sports, visit GatorCountry.com today!

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