Keep Swimming With DRYPro

April 25, 2013

Swimming with bilateral club feet

DRYPro swimming

“My daughter, Gabriella, was born with severe bilateral club feet. She has been swimming since she was born and is now is the youngest one on the swim team. We were told she’d have to stay out of the water for all her casting pre and post-surgery (9 weeks).

Here’s a short video of the finish of a
200 (8 lengths) freestyle.

So happy that my daughter is still able to do her favorite thing. Thank you DRYPro”



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