Aug 25, 2010

Nothing Holds Her Back

A 15-year-old girl from Naperville isn't letting her disability stop her from making big waves in the swimming world.

Alyssa Gialamas has only been swimming competitively for a year, and she's already qualified for her first international swim meet being held in Toronto later this year.

See how her hard work is inspiring others!





8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Keep up the great work, Alyssa!!
You are a super swimmer and a wonderful teenager:)

Anonymous said...

What great spirit!

Anonymous said...

You are a rock star! Keep it going

Anonymous said...

go alyssa you are a super duper great awesome swimmer your the next micheal phelps even better!!!

Anonymous said...

Way to go Alyssa - you will do everything you put your mind to!!!

Anonymous said...

Way 2 go Alyssa!!!!!! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Alyssa:
My name happens to be Thomas C Gialamas.
I am a cousin to your Grandfather Tom.
I have a granddaughter who is also Alyssa Gialamas. She is going into her senior year at Providence high school.
Say hi to your Grandfather for me.

Anonymous said...

Alyssa, I work with your Uncle Charles at Lowes in Springdale Ohio. He has told all of us about you. We are excited to hear that you will be going to the Olympics. Best wishes from all of us. You make us all proud. Glenn E.

 
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