Santo Condorelli- This Canada based swimmer flips looking at his dad before he swims and is awesome

Santo Condorelli- This Canada based swimmer flips looking at his dad before he swims and is awesome
Pic: olympics.cbc.ca

Santo Condorelli was born on 17th January in the year 1995 in Japan and is a famous swimmer who has caught the attention of many all over with his unique mannerism. He got great support from his dad Joseph Condorelli and his dad played superb role in his career as a swimmer.

It is now brought out in the open that this Santo Condorelli does this unusual thing of flipping by looking at his father in the crowd. After that his dad Joseph would show his middle finger at this Santo Condorelli. This act by them has amazed many and many were surprised to see dad and son doing this in public.

It is now confirmed that this unique act has been going on since this Santo Condorelli was just eight years old. At that young age this Santo faced tough competition with swimmers who were bigger than him and to create good mind sight in his kid Joseph Condorelli did this flipping and it worked out well.

This ‘’ritual’’ as the father son duo calls it is just amazing and it has made this Santo Condorelli very calm and composed. As always these acts create issues all over and same was the case with this Santo and his dad Joseph who faced many problems. It must not be forgotten that this Santo Condorelli once wrote an apology letter when he was caught showing his middle finger salute to his dad with extended arms just before a junior national tournament started.


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