Distance Swimmer Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Distance Swimmer Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Distance Swimmer Sayings By Scott Speedman: I was a swimmer growing up. I was a miler - like long, long distance. I was a swimmer growing up. I was a miler - like long, long distance. So I was in the water for four or five hours a day. That's not the way you want to spend your teenage years. — Scott Speedman
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Distance Swimmer Sayings By Minae Mizumura: let us start by picturing the Japan archipelago lying in the sea by the Chinese let us start by picturing the Japan archipelago lying in the sea by the Chinese mainland. If its proximity allowed it to become part of the Sinosphere and acquire a written culture, its distance benefited the development of indigenous writing. The Dover Strait, separating England and France, is only 34 kilometers (21 miles) wide. A fine swimmer can swim across it. In contrast, the shortest distance between Japan and the Korean Peninsula is five or six times greater, and between Japan and the Chinese mainland, twenty-five times greater. The current, moreover, is deadly. . . . Japan's distance from China gave it political and cultural freedom and made possible the flowering of its own writing. — Minae Mizumura
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Distance Swimmer Sayings By Jennifer Lane: He took it out like a sprinter, and brought it home like a distance swimmer. He took it out like a sprinter, and brought it home like a distance swimmer. — Jennifer Lane
Distance Swimmer Sayings By Johnnie Dent Jr.: The Swimmer's Advantage:1)The goal is measured first by seeing; The distance is accomplished by the The Swimmer's Advantage:
1)The goal is measured first by seeing; The distance is accomplished by the strategy of believing that the same set of repetitious acts will get them there.
2)Even when the elements around you are overwhelming, have the confidence to keep your head the above water.
3) Though at times you may not even see it, faith is knowing that the shore is always straight ahead.
4) By consistently reaching out over and over, you are bound to be rewarded by touching something worth more than when you started. — Johnnie Dent Jr.