After a family tragedy 19 years ago, Hayley Lewis says she’ll always protect her swimmer son Kai Taylor

The 19-year-old will swim in the heats of the 200m freestyle on Monday morning. It is his only individual event and he will need a personal best to make the final.

Understandably, Lewis wants to protect her son from the inevitable challenges and hurdles he will face as a potential future star of the sport.

However, there is a little-known family tragedy that will shape how Lewis cares for her son as he begins his swimming journey.

“I’m protective of Kai for a lot of reasons. I lost one of…

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