Jeff Farrell is an Olympic champion, member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame and a multi-world record holding masters swimmer.
He’s also the author of the new book, “My Olympic Story: Rome 1960” that relives a 10-day period in 1960. Those 10 days make up one of the most amazing stories in Olympic history.
He’s also the fastest over 75-year-old swimmer who has ever lived.
Jeff takes us back to the health crisis that sidelined him during the 1960 Olympic trials and shares the unbelievable comeback that led him to Rome.
Click here to visit Jeff’s website to learn more about his story and his book “My Olympic Story.”