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“ Does What

Mind Prefers.”

Special Interview Sam Kim

Living the life of a swimmer.


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“Body Does What Mind Prefers”

- Lenny Krayzelburg

Written by: Dawn Park

wim for him,” that’s the motivation coach Linn places in each individual. Over the many years that Mr. Linn has been coaching (along with his wife) he has become more like father according to previous participants. Every year coach Linn continues to recruit more swimmers that he sees potential in. The athletes within the team are not only physically strong but also mentally because they have to persevere to finish the race strong, with a good mindset. Philippians 4:13 “I can do everything through Him who gives me strength” is the entire team’s theme verse. Being on the team is similar to being a part of a family, a group of friends, a competition and a representation of God and the school. Being a part of a family is a great privilege because of the love that is shared between a group of people. Something that many people in the world hope for, and wish for, an accepting and encouraging environment. That’s what you can get with the swim team. The people within the team individually are great supporters of faith and encouragement. Mr. Linn expects each and everyone of the members to be cheering for the participants although, even without the requirement to cheer on the teammates others voluntarily step up to encourage and cheer on the swimmers. The pressure to beat their own personal record is immense. Samuel Kim, Yongsan International School’s fastest swimmer has been consecutively breaking the school record and his own rocord each meet he’s attended. The competition is immense as Sam Kim, Eric Chung and Steven Song compete to break the

record each time. Also the boys relay A team 2012 has been consecutively beating the school record for the two-hundred meter relays, each time they are breaking their own record. Sam Kim not only attends practices at school but also participates in one of Seoul, Korea’s national swim team called P.Y.D. Although at times Sam is very humble at the same time he does know that he is an amzing swimmer. Not only is he a great athlete but also is a class “nerd” as he reads about medicine for a hooby. Sam stated that he wanted to be a lawyer but recently changed his mind and now wants to follow the path of his grandfather and become a doctor. For the first time in history 2012’s Guardian swimming is attending a Far East Tournament in Thailand. Waiting for results now but hoping for the best. Hoping that once again each participant breaks the school records.

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