Mallory Mead And Malibu C Fueling A Dream

Mallory Mead And Malibu C Fueling A Dream

Southern Californian Mallory Mead wrote a newsletter article on the hardest thing she faces about being a marathon swimmer.

It’s a difficult question to answer,” the pro swimmer writes. “One might expect that the most difficult part about being a professional marathon swimmer is the 20-30 hours a week I spend in the pool, or pushing through the pain of racing to cross the finish line.

Instead, the most difficult part about being a professional marathon swimmer is struggling with the day-to-day reality that getting to my races costs more than I could ever hope to recoup in prize money and USA Swimming only offers financial assistance to those who swim the Olympic distance. As a result I race sporadically and feel like I have unmet potential
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But her sponsors are willing to help. Click on this link to her Malibu C portal. “50% of all sales from this portal will go toward my racing expenses.

By purchasing personal care items you are already purchasing, such as you shampoo, conditioner, lotion, etc. you can help get me to more races. More races mean more experience, and more experience means better results. It may not seem like much, but it could make a huge difference for me
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