Meet Air Force Star Swimmers The Holman Twins

The 30-year old Holman twins of Colorado Springs are NCAA Swimmers of South Dakota and hold 800m freestyle and 3000m open water medals from the 2015 FINA World Masters Championships, as well as a 2014 Air Force Athlete of the Year award.

Mary and Sara Holman are currently lieutenants in the U.S. Air Force. Their military background helps them keep their edge and discipline in training, being efficient with their time and regimented in their workout routine. This routine includes CrossFit, 4500-6000 yards of training 5-6 days a week, spinning, circuits, and weights.

Their inspirational stories may get you motivated to sign up for a Masters Swim Meet!

 

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