Metro UK - These twins have amazed their parents by being able to swim the length of a swimming pool – at only NINE MONTHS OLD. Like most babies Ellie and William Trykush cannot to sit up, crawl or walk on their own, but amazingly they can swim the entire length of a 25m pool unaided. Proud first-time parents Vic and Charley Trykush did not think their babies had a special talent, until they took them to parent and baby swimming classes for the first time. Charley said: “I thought all babies could do it. “It wasn’t until we came to swimming lessons and people got so excited about it that we realised just how unusual it was and how clever they were.” “They don’t panic when they are upturned in the water, when they are not quite coming round quick enough. “Mum and dad don’t panic – they just let them come round in their own time.” Dad Vic already has his sights on seeing his water babies in the Olympics. He said: “Now they can swim and seeing that they were born in an Olympic year, 2012, I would love to see them at the 2028 Olympics possibly, when they’re 16, doing the open water swim.”
I guess this is where I’m supposed to be impressed that these two little motherfuckers can float real good? Just bobbing up and down like apples floating in a tub. At least the Nirvana Baby was swimming after that dollar bill. These two idiots just sit there floating in their diapers. The cameras cut away and the reporter just tells me they swam 25 meters. Like “I totally promise it really happened.” Yea sure thing toots. I will admit when the little guy flipped over and opened his eyes underwater, I was impressed. I hate opening my eyes underwater. Only time I do it is when I’m desperate and I’m cheating during Marco Polo. I also have no reason to believe they were peeing or pooping in the pool. That would also impress me. I usually pee in the pool within 30 seconds of jumping in. But if you want me to call these two Michael Phelps and Missy Franklin and start getting ready for the 2028 Olympics, you’ve got another thing coming. Call me when you can at least Doggie Paddle.