Dana Vollmer is a swimmer on Team USA in the London Summer Olympics. The 24-year-old won the gold medal with her 100m butterfly final on Day 2, and she set a world record with her time of 55.98 seconds. Check out a few photos below. Enjoy.Read Full Story
Dana Vollmer set the world record for the 100m butterfly at the Olympics today, securing the gold medal to boot. The 24-year-old was undoubtedly elated by the victory, and you can bet her former swimmer husband, Andy Grant, was almost as excited.Grant swam for Stanford and holds the school's record for the 200m freestyle. He has since retired from the sport and works in computer security. Vollmer swam for rival school, Cal, during her college years. The pair married in August 2011, so are...Read Full Story
Dana Vollmer didn't even qualify for the 2008 Olympics, but she certainly has made her mark on this year's games, already. The 24-year-old won the gold medal with her 100m butterfly final on Day 2, and she set a world record with her time of 55.98 seconds. How 'bout them apples?Vollmer beat the record set by Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom of 56.06. Vollmer was elated by both feats, of course. "I'm on top of the world right now." she said. "I still know I can go faster."The silver medal went to China...Read Full Story
A zine about Dana Vollmer, the Olympic swimmer who set a world record at the 2012 Summer Olympics.