Gator Great Swimmer Dara Torres Considers 2012 Olympics
When former Gator Great swimmer Dara Torres took her place on her starting block at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing last summer, she became the first woman over 40 to swim in an Olympiad.
Now, at 42, despite needing shoulder surgery, Torres still may not be done swimming.
She may consider diving back into the water to compete in the 2012 games in London.
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