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Katie Ledecky, Caeleb Dressel, Nathan Adrian, Simone Manuel: The athletes to watch at the 2021 U.S. Olympic trials in swimming

At this time last year, Olympic gold medalist Nathan Adrian still didn't have full use of the left side of his body. It had been a year since Adrian's second surgery for testicular cancer, and he had lost a lot of muscle mass. Surgeons had cut through his abdominal wall five different times to remove about 30 lymph nodes, and while they felt confident they had removed the cancer, that kind of trauma required a lot of recovery time.
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Swimmer Nathan Adrian On Heading to the Olympics After Cancer Battle: 'I'm Looking Forward to Competing'

You might think that the daughter of Olympic gold-medal swimmer Nathan Adrian and former Stanford diver Hallie Adrian would take to bath time like a duck to water. But nope. Parker Jacquelyn Adrian, born this past February, did not smile, gurgle, or display a powerful baby backstroke the first time she was lowered into a tub in her Oakland, California, home.
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Swimming World June 2021 – Nathan Adrian: A Natural Leader – On Sale Now!

Is now available for download in the Swimming World Vault!. In this issue of Swimming World, read about how Nathan Adrian, now 32 and pursuing his fourth Olympic Games, has the opportunity to further his already lofty reputation. Also featured is our U.S. Olympic Trials Preview, slated for June 13-20 in Omaha, Nebraska; How Indian River’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams have been winning NJCAA Championships for 47 years; How Don Schollander’s legend and impact have been lost to unfortunate timing; Olympic Water Polo… while U.S. women have dominated since 2015, a different men’s champion emerged at each of the last three major international competitions: Serbia, Croatia, and Italy; Remembering the Kalili brothers of Hawaii, national champions and Olympic silver medalists in 1932; Mental Prep and Dryside Training with Amy Bilquist; Special Sets from Katie Ledecky’s training leading up to the 2016 Trials; Q&A with U.S. Olympic Open Water coach Catherine Kase; How They Train with Haley Anderson; Up & Comer Green Hope High’s Keelan Cotter; and much more!
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Nathan Adrian and Kate Douglass Nail Down 50 Free Triumphs at Indy Pro Series

Nathan Adrian and Kate Douglass Nail Down 50 Free Triumphs at Indy Pro Series. How will the longtime staples of Team USA fare at the upcoming United States Olympic Trials? That is a question that can be applied to a number of athletes who have long been valuable contributors – in the water and as leaders – for Team USA. One individual who is looking for another Olympic nod is Nathan Adrian, the veteran sprinter who will be on the cover of Swimming World Magazine’s June issue.
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Three Guys Before The Game – A Visit With Nathan Adrian (Episode 288)

Former West Virginia University basketball standout Nathan Adrian is eagerly looking forward to his next overseas assignment. The Morgantown native is back home after averaging 18 points and 8 rebounds per game last season playing in Ukraine. His productivity will likely earn him a significant promotion at one of Europe’s higher level leagues.
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Swimmer Nathan Adrian Opens Up About 'Really Unfortunate' Spectator Regulations at Tokyo Olympics

Nathan Adrian is handling the strict health and safety regulations of the Tokyo Summer Olympics with grace. While speaking with PEOPLE about Team USA's sustainable closing ceremony uniforms, the swimmer and Ralph Lauren brand ambassador, 32, opened up about the moment he learned that overseas spectators would not be allowed to attend this year's Olympic Games due to the pandemic.
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Swimmer Nathan Adrian: ‘I feel good’ heading into Tokyo Olympics

Nathan Adrian, a five-time gold medalist in swimming, talks to TODAY about competing in the long-awaited Tokyo Olympics. “I feel good,” he says, adding that “the extra year helped smooth out some kinks” from surgeries he underwent while battling cancer. He also talks about fatherhood, saying “Dad life is the best.”
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Nathan Adrian Takes 48.7 100 Free Win to Close Mission Viejo; Weitzeil Dips Under 54

Nathan Adrian won the men’s 100 freestyle on Sunday morning at the TYR Pro Swim Series with a 48.74 as the only swimmer to break 49 seconds in the heat. Reigning world champ Caeleb Dressel was noticeably absent from the heat as he had scratched this and the 200 IM, but his Florida teammate Eric Friese finished in second at 49.05 as the German native swam the second fastest time this season for a German.
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Former Mountaineer Nathan Adrian Will Return to Best Virginia for 2021 TBT

Former West Virginia Mountaineer Nathan Adrian will return to play for Best Virginia in this year’s TBT, the team announced on Twitter. Adrian, a four-year contributor when he was with WVU from 2013-2017, played with Best Virginia in the 2019 TBT and was on the roster for last season’s tournament as well before it was canceled due to COVID.