Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky swam the length of a pool with a full glass of chocolate milk balanced on her head.The stunt was a part of the latest “Got Milk?” ad campaign.Seeming to defy the laws of physics with her remarkable balance, Ledecky didn’t spill a drop.Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.
Katie Ledecky was set to cement her spot in Olympic history this summer.With five Olympic gold medals already to her name, Ledecky was set to potentially jump into double digits and become one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the Games at Tokyo this summer.Instead, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ledecky’s quest for more Olympic hardware will have to wait a year, and the most dominant swimmer alive has found an interesting way to keep busy — swimming laps with a glass of chocolate milk on her head.In a stunt posted to her social media accounts as a part of the “Got Milk?” campaign, Ledecky swam the length of a pool while balancing a notably full glass of chocolate milk on her head. She didn’t spill a drop.
—Katie Ledecky (@katieledecky) August 3, 2020On Twitter, fans didn’t know how to react to Ledecky’s latest impressive feat.—Scott Abraham (@ScottABC7) August 3, 2020—Mike Golic Jr (@mikegolicjr) August 3, 2020—Joshua Axelrod (@jaxel222) August 3, 2020—Alex Halpern (@HalpernAlex) August 3, 2020 Hopefully, next summer Ledecky can carry on with her winning ways as scheduled, but until then stunts like this are a fine way to show off her abilities. And if the Olympic committee unexpectedly decides to add a chocolate milk-related race to the pool next summer, Ledecky stands to take home even more gold.Golfer Joel Sjoholm had to take a boat to play his shot at the European Tour Hero Open, and he still managed to save a bogey
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