ENTREPRENEUR STEVE GIORDANELLA IS WALKING ON AIR THESE DAYS (OR MAYBE WATER) AFTER OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST DARA TORRES CREDITS HIS OLYMPIC GOLD AMINOS FOR HELPING HER TO BECOME OLDEST FEMALE EVER TO COMPETE IN OLYMPICS
Olympic Gold Medalist Dara Torres surprised the sports and entertainment world recently when she announced she will compete in the 2012 Olympics, making her the oldest female athlete ever to do so. In 2012 she will be 45 years old.
She made the announcement recently on LIVE!with REGIS and KELLY where she dropped by to talk live about her new book "Gold Medal Fitness."
Her announcement visibly stunned Anderson Cooper and Kelly Ripa, co-hosts of the popular syndicated morning talk show. News that she will be the oldest female athlete ever to compete in the Olympics drew loud applause from the live studio audience. Cooper congratulated her and called her an inspiration to women everywhere.
Torres was scheduled to discuss her new book "Gold Medal Fitness" when instead she sprung the news on Cooper, standing in for co-host Regis Philbin, that she had decided to get back into the swim of Olympics competition for the 2012 Olympics.
Torres credited her speedy recovery from knee surgery and her current overall fitness, health and stamina to Amino Acid and other supplements from Fitness Nutrition she takes regularly. Torres stressed that today Olympic athletes must stay vigilant and be extremely careful about the purity of nutritional supplements they take.
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As the first US swimmer to compete in four Olympic Games, Dara set three World records and won nine Olympic medals, including fourgold. In the Sydney Olympic Games, Dara won gold in the 400m freestyle and 400m MR and bronze in the 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, and 100m butterfly. In the 2006 Masters Nationals, she broke a world record and in 2007 broke her own American Record in the 50 Freestyle.