Swimming Legend Sue Walsh Makes Waves With Swim Across America And In Cancer Fight
Posted Sep 17, 2023
Swimming and philanthropy go hand-in-hand for Sue Walsh. She was introduced to Swim Across America through her 1980 U.S. Olympic teammate Craig Beardsley, and the organization’s mission of funding life-saving cancer treatments was a way to give back. Sue was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team and 10-time national champion at UNC.
(Swim Across America)
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