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The gold-medal swimmer remembers the doubts that came from feeling alone in the pool
All-black synchronized swimming team is breaking the stereotypes of African-Americans and swimming
The 20-year-old continues to make waves and break records
‘If he feels that’s what he wants to do to make a difference, then so be it’
White privilege is a thing. And Rio was the perfect example
‘When the law gets there, you get missin’ as good as you can’
A 32-year-old ‘kid’?
A dive into the exclusion of blacks in American pools and the culture of blacks and water in the Caribbean
Or will Simone Manuel’s golden night turn into an Olympic footnote?
A nonswimmer learns to breathe