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When you think Beijing Olympics and swimming, you probably think of Ryan Lochte or What’s-his-name Phelps. But Eric Shanteau was there and he was swimming with testicular cancer.
The 25-year-old Auburn grad had his day in the national news, but unfortunately it wasn’t for his medal count. Instead, it was because he was diagnosed with testicular cancer shortly before the Olympics. With the go-ahead from his doctors and constant monitoring, Shanteau decided to compete anyway, finishing 10th in the 200 breaststroke.
Only 6 days after Beijing, Shanteau had surgery. He’s now been declared “cancer-free.”
Not letting this experience keep him from what he loves, Shanteau got back into competitive swimming this weekend, the first time since being treated for cancer, and participated in the U.S. Short Course Nationals in Atlanta.
So move over, Monkey Boy Phelps… and give Eric Shanteau the spotlight.
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