Tag: Robert Strauss

Andy Miyares Dares, Dreams, Does

Courtesy of Robert Strauss at Swim Miami, Florida. 31-year-old Andres H. Miyares first discovered swimming at the young age of 9 months at Strauss' Swim Gym in Miami. "I had him under my tutelage until he was 10 years old," explains Strauss about the Special Olympics athlete with Down Syndrome. "Since then, he has spent time training with other fine

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Robert Strauss Re-discovers Swimming

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Former Olympic swimmer and owner of Miami's Swim Gym Robert Strauss, whose arm was nearly useless and his shoulder pretty much paralyzed 3 years ago, is back after some intense rehabilitation and a passionate desire to get back in the water. At Swim Miami, an event he has shared event organization

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Dealing With Pain And Celebrating Life

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Swimming is in his blood. The Mexican Olympian has embraced aquatic sports like few others. Starting out as a youngster in Mexico, Robert Strauss gradually worked his way up to world class level, eventually facing off with Mark Spitz in the 1972 Munich Olympics. But he has never retired. Strauss

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Discover Swimming In Strauss Style

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California. Millions of people love swimming with a deep passion. They appreciate the feel of the water, the buoyancy it provides, the healthy lifestyle it helps produce, and the muscle tone it helps develops. Whether in Rio or in Rotterdam, Barcelona or Boston, Sydney or Seattle, swimmers are generally happy,

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