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At just 18 years old, Anthony Ervin became the fastest swimmer in the world by doing everything an athlete shouldn’t. Inspired by the play of sea otters, he made history at his first Olympic games before dropping out of the sport and the public eye. Follow Anthony’s unusual journey that challenged everything athletes are supposed to do to land yet another gold medal.
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Episode 6

If you could sum up Ep. 6: Freestyler (Gamebreaker) in three words, what would they be?

What a fantasying story

Who was your favorite character and why?

Anthony Ervin I thought it was interesting that he was so good at swimming but didn't really care for the sport and he seems like a good person.

What about the narrator’s performance did you like?

I liked everything, he reads at a good pace, is easy to understand and has a nice voice.

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  • MR C K GRAHAM
  • 04-20-18

stories like eddie the eagle

some of the stories were great, real uplifting and motivating tales of the underdogs doing good. Id love to hear a British version as I feel we are more suckers for the underdog and therefore have lots of stories to tell.