Endless Pools: The Week in Swimming 6/9/17

Check in with Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin as she starts her swimming workouts after two shoulder surgeries. (Reuters)

Discover the best swimming holes in Texas. (TPR, with audio)

A new survey reveals the surprisingly high number of parents who let their kids swim unsupervised. (National Poll on Children's Health)

The World's Strongest Man, Eddie Hall reveals his past as a promising swimmer on track for the Olympics! (Express)

The first African-American to win an Olympic swimming medal, Maritza Correia now works to change the statistics that say black kids are more likely to drown. (Patch)

Get inspired by the novice triathlete who couldn't swim five years ago and is now headed to the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona. (CPR, with audio)

Open water swimmer Stephen Junk is on track to become the first Australian to complete the prestigious Oceans Seven later this year. (ABC)

Get inspired by the 64-year-old swimmer who went from a hip replacement to an international gold medal in just eight months. (Fresno Bee, with video)

Double thumbs up because this time my heart surgery was successful! Thank you all for the support #blessed

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