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The Life and Legacy of Adolph Kiefer: A Three-Part Video Series

The Life and Legacy of Adolph Kiefer: A Three-Part Video Series
We recently hired a film crew to interview Adolph Kiefer and create a three-part video series on his life and legacy in the world. The videos showcase Adolph's upbringing in swimming, his road to winning an Olympic Gold at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, and how his desire to save lives during World War II led to the creation of a company and innovative swim products. Watch the videos below, let us know your thoughts in the comments, and share with your family and friends on social media.

1. Adolph Kiefer's First Race and Journey to the 1936 Olympics

In part one of this video series, Adolph talks about his first race, his beginnings as a swimmer, and his journey to winning a gold medal at the 1936 Olympic Games.

2. Winning for Life

In 1936, Adolph Kiefer won a gold medal at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, setting a record that would remain unbeaten for 15 years. In this second video, Adolph tells the story of that Olympic victory, and shares what he believes to be even more important than winning swim races.

3. Business and Innovation

As the Navy's Chief Athletics Specialist in charge of Physical Fitness and Swimming, Adolph Kiefer taught thousands of sailors to swim, and focused on getting them the right training and the right equipment. Learn the stories that inspired Adolph to start his own swim company and design innovative swim products - products that have helped swimmers get better and saved lives around the world.
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