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The page features only the most gigantic swimmers.  But some of them are not pro athletes, they are just huge guys who happen to be in water.  Like the giant 6'9" 245 lb. muscleman at left. What are they swimming in? The water looks like Clorox bleach.  I hope it is not polluted!

No, it is probably some glamourous Euro health resort where gorgeous people just pop out of the earth almost volcanically.  Even the short guy in this photo is about my height. Where do these people come from?  And how can I meet them?

One guy splashing around below I won't name works in TV news on camera but he and I have worked out a deal where I worship him from afar, at least on the Internet. Whatever that means. For his privacy.  I anonymized his pics but my guests can still admire them. Anyway, the lesson here is people, GOOGLE yourselves and your phone numbers once in a while and see who is talking about you.

Meanwhile, back to the pool ...

Alain Bernard (born 1983) is a former French swimmer from Aubagne, Bouches-du-Rhône. Bernard won a total of four medals (two golds, one silver and one bronze) at two Olympic Games (2008 and 202). He also won numerous medals at the World Championships (short course and long course) and European Championships (short course and long course). Bernard formerly held the world record for the 50 meters freestyle (long course) and the 00 meters freestyle (long course and short course). On January 203, Bernard was made an Officer (Officier) of the French National Order of Merit. He has been a volunteer in the Gendarmerie since 2008 and was until recently attached to the Groupement blindé de gendarmerie mobile based in Versailles-Satory in the Yvelines department.

There are more photos of Alain in the previous gallery.

Massive 6'8" (2.03m) Sergey Fesikov (Russian: Серге́й Васильевич Фесиков, born 989) is a Russian swimmer. He was part of the Russian 4×00 m freestyle relay teams that finished in ninth and third place at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics, respectively. Fesikov's parents are former competitive volleyball players. In the 2000s, his father, a renown volleyball coach, received various job offers in Yaroslavl and Obninsk and moved his family there from Saint Petersburg. In 200, Fesikov graduated from the Yaroslavl State University with a degree in social studies. In August 203 he married Anastasia Valeryevna Zuyeva, an Olympic swimmer who also competed at the 2008 and 202 Games.

I'm sure a lot of people will want to know more about giant bodybuilder "Chris" on this page, but I don't know anything except his stats.

Russian swimmer Sergey Fesikov is interviewed in English after winning the Men's 00 meter freestyle something or other at some sort of swim meet or something.


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