But there's a lot you don't know, like her her stance on peeing in the pool—"any swimmer who says they don't pee in the pool is a liar''—or her favorite post-workout recovery fuel, a cherry almond smoothie. (Don't worry, we've nabbed that recipe, plus her gluten-free energy bar recipe.) Check out the video to get to know the athlete on a whole new level, and look out for our upcoming videos with the Olympian.
6 Burning Questions for Olympic Swimmer Natalie Coughlin
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