Olympic champion swimming with glass of milk on his head, not a single drop fell, VIDEO VIRAL

Whoever is watching such a video of swimming is being surprised. (Photo courtesy: Twitter Video Grab / @ hvgoenka)

Social Media Video: A video of Katie Ledecky is going viral on social media, with a glass of milk on her head and she is swimming.

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  • Last Updated:December 2, 2020, 7:36 PM IST

new Delhi. A video of American swimmer Katie Ledecky, who won five Olympic Gold Medals, is going viral on social media these days. Whoever is watching this video is not only surprised but is being shocked for two moments that after all how can anyone do swimming in the swimming pool like this. In the viral video, Katie Ledecky has a glass of milk on her head and she is swimming in a unique style. Surprisingly, when a single drop of milk in the glass did not fall down during swimming.

This unique video of swimming has been shared by Harsh Goyka with his Twitter handle. While sharing this video, he is also very surprised. Sharing this video, he wrote in the caption, five-time Olympic gold medalist US swimmer Katie Ledecky was given a challenge, balancing a glass on her head, without even dropping a drop of chocolate milk into the pool. Had to cross. See you too These VIRAL videos …

In the video, it can be seen that at one corner of the Ledecki bridge, she keeps a glass balanced on her head in which chocolate milk is filled. After placing the glass on the head, Ledecky starts swimming. During this time, not a single drop of milk falls. This video is affecting people a lot. So far, 11 thousand views have been received on this video, while hundreds of people have commented on this video.

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