1972 Olympic Swimming Champ Mark Spitz - Will Phelps shatter his records?
August 13, 2008
Hosted by Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard
Join 1984 Olympic Torch bearer, Dr. Val Kirkgaard & 1984 Olympic organizer Gail Elen as they play classic 2004 Spitz from the Waking Up In America archives - as they discuss Olympic values and how you can incorporate them into your lives. We'll discuss also discuss contagious emotion. Gail is working to get Mark live for the show. Keep your fingers crossed. Mark Andrew Spitz (born February 10, 1950, in Modesto, California) is a two-time American Olympic swimmer. He holds the record for most gold medals won in a single Olympic Games (seven), which he set at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany. He remains (as of 2008) the only Olympic athlete to both win a gold medal in every (individual) event he entered in a given year, and to set a new world record in each such event.
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Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard
Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard, PhD, is a retired Marriage Family Counselor and the creator of the Kirkgaard Method of Directed Breath, a unique method of clearing emotional blocks. Each week on "Waking Up in America", Dr. Valerie brings you new and different techniques to handle life's ups and downs with grace and ease.