Katie Ledecky swims with a glass of milk on her head!



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Katie Ledecky swims with a glass of milk on her head!

What a workout for five-time Olympic champion Katie Ledecky! The American swam an entire lap in the pool with a glass of chocolate milk on his head, obviously in freestyle, his specialty. The video created within the new gotmilkchallenge that is popular on TikTok, is a revival of an old and very popular US marketing campaign on milk.

How did Katie Ledecky go?

Tania Cagnotto says goodbye to diving

The Italian diver announced it with a post via Instagram. Surprisingly, given that last February she declared that she dreamed of becoming the standard-bearer in Tokyo 2020.

The greatest European diver in history with 20 gold medals, the first and only world champion, in 2015 of the discipline is the woman she would have liked to challenge girls half her age (36) said stop. Retired in the spring of 2017, returning a year ago after becoming a mother Tania admitted: "I won't hide it, I'd like to be the standard-bearer at the Tokyo Olympics next year ."

But no, the lockdown led her to reflect and choose a family. But winking at a return as a coach. Tania's Instagram message: "Here we are .. I told you that around September I would decide whether or not to continue my way to Tokyo.

It was a really difficult choice ... On the one hand the desire to participate in my 6th Olympics as mothers with the great dream of carrying the flag and on the other the desire to expand the family. Well yes, this time I chose life, family and shortly after fate wanted to give me a new life inside of me, already happy for my choice.

I know that many of you wanted to see me once again on the trampoline and I'm sorry to have disappointed you but in this lockdown, as has happened to many others, I had time to reflect and understand what was more important to me.

I no longer had that willpower (which guided me for 20 years) to commit myself and sacrifice myself the way an Olympics requires it! I have always honored all the Olympics and I could not fail to do so again ! Thanks to Francesca Dallapé for convincing me to face this crazy challenge and for making me dream of something big like a mothers Olympics ...

And once again thanks to all of you, who have changed my mind ... you who have given me the strength to restart the car ... you who have always supported me with messages of esteem and affection! I promise you that I will still share my life and in any case this is just a goodbye to the world of diving because I believe I can give still something in another guise ... (And then Maya will need a trainer)."