Jul 20, 2020
Believing in yourself and committing to learning more about your passions is what Olympic champion Jason Lezak says has brought him success throughout his career and life. He talks with Kelly and Maria about turning negative energy into positive thinking and what that pivotal moment at the 2008 Olympics taught him about self-belief.
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MORE ABOUT JASON LEZAK
Jason Lezak is a four-time Olympian, Olympic champion and is best known for his role as the anchor of the USA’s gold medal relay in 2008 to a come-from-behind gold medal victory.
Jason has eight Olympic medals, is the current world record holder and has the fastest 100-free split ever recorded. Today, Jason serves as the general manager of the International Swim League’s Cali Condors, is a sought after speaker and works with many charitable causes.
Episode Topics and Mentions
International Swim League, ISL
Middle distance training
Turning negativity into positive thinking
Woollett Aquatics Center, Irvine
Cognitive behavioral thought
Quote of the Week:
"Believe in yourself, don't focus on what other people believe." -- Jason Lezak
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