Olympic Swimmer Invents Alternative Method to Replace Swimming Pool During Quarantine

On March 31, Hungarian Olympic bronze medalist swimmer Boglárka Kapás tested positive for coronavirus. Swimmers preparing for the Olympics could only start training in the swimming pools reserved for them if they produced a negative test, which is why Kapás was also tested.

Although she didn’t show symptoms, she had to quarantine for two weeks. However, she found it increasingly difficult to tolerate life without swimming, so a few days ago she acquired a 3.6-meter-diameter pool and now swims in it. Of course, she is tied to a massive rubber rope, otherwise it wouldn’t make much sense, would it?

Great idea. I don’t know what’s all that fuss about those swimming pools, when you can DIY at home, LOL.

A bejegyzés megtekintése az Instagramon

Kapas Boglarka (@boglarkapas) által megosztott bejegyzés,

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