Olympic Gold medalist Cullen Jones teaches young kids how to swim at the International Swimming Hall of Fame Pool in Ft. Lauderdale as part of Make-a-Splash Tour, and sponsored by Phillips 66. The USA Swimming Foundations Ambassadors and Olympic Gold Medalists Cullen Jones and Rowdy Gaines are educating residents on the importance of saving lives through swim lessons on Monday, June 12, 2017
Olympic Gold medalist Cullen Jones teaches young kids how to swim at the International Swimming Hall of Fame Pool in Ft. Lauderdale as part of Make-a-Splash Tour, and sponsored by Phillips 66. The USA Swimming Foundations Ambassadors and Olympic Gold Medalists Cullen Jones and Rowdy Gaines are educating residents on the importance of saving lives through swim lessons on Monday, June 12, 2017 C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
Olympic Gold medalist Cullen Jones teaches young kids how to swim at the International Swimming Hall of Fame Pool in Ft. Lauderdale as part of Make-a-Splash Tour, and sponsored by Phillips 66. The USA Swimming Foundations Ambassadors and Olympic Gold Medalists Cullen Jones and Rowdy Gaines are educating residents on the importance of saving lives through swim lessons on Monday, June 12, 2017 C.M. GUERRERO. cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com

Make a splash this summer — and save lives — with swimming lessons

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