Angela Maurer Talks About Her Prolific Career On WOWSA Live
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Angela Maurer realized her childhood dream of becoming an Olympian…twice. She admitted that her race in London in Hyde Park was her optimal race – she could not swim one bit faster. That is only one small example of what the multiple world champion has accomplished during her lengthy career.
Maurer talked about open water swimming around the world with International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame chairman Ned Denison on today’s edition of WOWSA Live.
She discussed the following:
* continuing the tradition of strong German tradition in the open water that includes Peggy Büchse and Britta Kamrau
* racing at the Around the Island in New Jersey, her favorite professional marathon swimming because of the different conditions
* being escorted by lifeguards in row boats in Atlantic City
* missing the Olympic medal at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park in Beijing
* comparing her career with her 2-time Olympic medalist husband Nikolai Evseev
* training long hours for her longer marathon swimming careers, especially focusing on her nutrition, after she became a mother
* remembering the moment when the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim was accepted by the International Olympic Committee
* appearing in Playboy as a 37-year-old before the 2012 London Olympic Games competing in the Serpentine
* racing tactically in a 25 km competition
* unexpectedly winning a FINA World Cup race in rough conditions in Mexico at the age of 38, beating Hungarian Anna Olasz
* experiencing success by working hard, having fun
* swimming in cold water in Traversée internationale du lac St-Jean in Canada
* racing against Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil
* planning her future in the swimming world
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