American swimmer Eric Shanteau talks about his journey back to the Olympics.
USA breaststroke swimmer Eric Shanteau discusses his bout with cancer and more.
U.S. swimmer Eric Shanteau reflects on his battle with testicular cancer.
lives - and I'm not exaggerating by any means - far outweighs any athletic accomplishment,'' said Olympic swimmer Eric Shanteau , who, like Armstrong, survived testicular cancer. This is the dichotomy we're faced with after Armstrong decided
just appreciate great racing. It doesn't necessarily have to be a world record,'' said American breaststroker Eric Shanteau , a cancer survivor who won a gold medal with the U.S. 4x100-meter medley relay squad. ''It's more about
opportunities, the average American Olympian has a much narrower window for cashing in. In April, 18 Olympians, including Eric Shanteau and Jessica Hardy, sued an Olympic sponsor, Samsung, that used their names and images in a promotion before getting
world-record holder broke a minute in the 100 breaststroke, going into Tuesday night's final as the top qualifier. Eric Shanteau , who competed in Beijing after being diagnosed with testicular cancer, also advanced. ''I went out there and hit
age 31. And that's just the local competition. There's also the likes of returning Olympians Brendan Hansen, Eric Shanteau and Mark Gangloff. Hansen is the former world record holder in the 100m and 200m and a silver medalist in the 100