Episode: Swimming It Out


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Swimming It Out

A single traumatic event can change life in the blink of an eye. It can destroy you, enrage you, and even fuel the fire within you. Nancy Hogshead-Makar was raped in college but she didn’t allow that to take over her life. Instead, Nancy channeled her fury into Olympic gold. This is I, Survivor.

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RAINN - 24/7 Anonymous Sexual Assault Hotline

Champion Women - Advocacy for Women and Girls in Sport

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Institutional Betrayal - Article by Dr. Jennifer Freyd


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