The former Olympian in swimming has not shown any difference with her talents even amidst lockdown.
The 57 yr old has still been doing her swimming practices even at her kitchen and now she has introduced a new way to do swimming without a pool.
The mother of 3 who had retired from all games in 1994 has captivated her followers with the video of her crawling in the front towards her kitchen counter prior to doing her butterfly and breaststroke.
The 1980 Moscow silver medal winner has made a professional device for the video by donning a swimming suit with goggles and cap.
She posted her video captioning it as “What do you do when you can’t get to a swimming pool!! #lockdown #swimmer #challenge.”
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The clip had attracted fans and they came flooding with comments.
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Further, one of the followers said whether anyone was catching her foot as the video pops up with her legs only till her calf.
To this, she replied stating: “her 13-year-old son Finley was hanging on to her ankles “for dear life” in the video.
Yet another wrote: “I was just willing someone to walk on screen and Chuck a bucket of water – proper 3D effects during the lockdown.”
Sharon, in turn, replied: “I said to Finley we needed four peeps – 1 to hold feet, 1 to film, 1 to chuck water but we only had us 2 sadly.”
Further, a third one said: “Just as well. Having to mop the kitchen floor would have ruined the afternoon.”
Sharon first appeared in the Olympics in 1976 at Montreal when she was just 13 and 4 yr ahead she grabbed the silver. Her final game was in 1992 in Barcelona.