Who Do I Swim For | Alaska Sports

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SAG AFTRA VO commissioned through Cerny American Creative. Worked with another VO actress for the spot.

Two young teens talk about what drives them in their athletics.

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North American (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
who do I swim for? I swim on my high school team for my mom, who gets up at five o'clock every morning to take me to practice. I swim for hugs from my teammates, spaghetti dinners and my lucky me on green goggles. I swim for Coach Murray, who pushes me to dig deep and finish strong. More than 7.7 million American teenagers participate in high school sports every year, including about 23,000 here in Alaska. There all learning essential life lessons like the importance of hard work time management in self discipline skills that are helping them become better leaders and more active, responsible citizens. Most of all, I swim for myself because I learned more about who I am and who I wanna be. Every time I dive into the pool, that's who I swim for. This message, presented by the Alaska School Activities Association and the Alaska Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association,