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Olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy discusses International Swimming League and Summer Olympics

Three time olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy is currently swimming in the International Swimming League, as he continues to prepare for the Olympic games in Tokyo. With the 2020 summer games being postponed until 2021, swimmers from across the globe are using the International Swimming League as a tune up to Olympic qualifiers in 2020.

The International Swimming League, now in its second year, began competition last week in a “bubble” in Budapest. “The Budapest Bubble”  is the largest international competition in any sport since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this interview, Ryan Murphy reflects on his success at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, swimming and winning a gold medal in Michael Phelps last race and his preparation for the Tokyo Summer Olympics.

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