Like a dip in the pool on a muggy Vienna summer day, Tiffany’s wrestling was cool and refreshing.

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Our hobbies, loves and passions can be revealing. Like a hero’s journey they are the guiding light to the most cherished parts of our hearts. A doorway to the life we would live every day, if only we could.

For Tiffany, the great DWW star that was capable of taking on the big girls, her favorite sport is swimming.

As we back stroke through Tiffany’s glorious past, we can see that she competed often and more often than not, competed very successfully.

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Her resume includes grappling Jitka, Cathy, Viktoria, Denise, Antcha, Simona, Sandra, Anita and others. In the large sexy girl category, she took on Daniela, defeated the beautiful blonde terminator Luzia and finished in the plus against the great Petra. What would have made her record more decorative is if she had competed and swam more outside of the Danube pool.

Her record could qualify as a comparative storyline to the Burt Lancaster classic cautionary tale entitled The Swimmer.

This life is like a swimming pool. You dive into the water, but you can’t see how deep it is”……………..Dennis Rodman

The reliable education site Wikipedia explains, “The Swimmer is a 1968 American surreal drama starring Burt Lancaster with Janet Landgard and Janice Rule in featured roles. The film was written and directed by Academy Award-nominated husband and wife team of Eleanor Perry (screenplay adaptation) and Frank Perry (director). The allegorical story is based on the 1964 short storyThe Swimmer” by John Cheever.

On a sunny day in an affluent suburb in Connecticut, a fit and tanned middle-aged man in a bathing suit, Ned Merrill (Burt Lancaster), drops by a pool party being held by friends. They offer him a cocktail while nursing hangovers from the night before. As they share stories, Ned realizes that there is a series of swimming pools that form a “river” to his house, making it possible for him to “swim” his way home. Ned dives into the pool, emerging at the other end and beginning his journey. Ned’s behavior perplexes his friends, who know things about his recent past he seems to have forgotten.”

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The timeless reviewer Roger Ebert provides the depth. “The Swimmer begins as a perfectly realistic film. But somewhere along the way we realize it is an allegory, and the ending makes that clear. It is also a very stylized film. As the swimmer (Burt Lancaster) pauses beside each pool, his conversations with the owners sound real enough, and yet somehow they are very stiff, very correct, as if everybody were reading lines or this were a dream.

The movement of the film is from morning to dusk, from sunshine to rain, from youth to age and from fantasy to truth. It would also appear that the swimmer’s experiences are not meant to represent a single day, but a man’s life.”

Unlike many, Tiffany displayed a brilliant wrestling career where her skills continued to improve. She started at dawn and as her wrestling story unfolds, by dusk she has become a more formidable competitor. So many potential careers start and quickly end. Others continue but flat line. Like gentle waves on a lake, Tiffany’s career continued to move toward a more expansive destination.

When you swim in the Vienna area where the DWW family primarily competed, there are many beautiful liquid destinations to sooth your soul.

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The nice travel site, mydestination.com reveals, “Vienna is well known for its hot summers and its easy access to pools, rivers and lakes to cool off. The local pools are really attractive, so are the many dedicated places along the Danube channel (Donauinsel) – you cool off while enjoying nature!

Public Swimming Pools are very popular in Vienna, especially the outdoor venues in summer. Most of them are owned by the city of Vienna, are very well maintained and enjoy a very good standard. Virtually every swimming pool in Vienna includes several pools of different sizes and temperatures, often including a separate toddlers’ pool as well”

The informative site austria.info adds, “Vienna is known around the world as the city on the Danube, but it is also home to wetlands, streams, ponds and lakes. In short, there are plenty of opportunities to take a dip when visiting the capital.

Vienna Forest Lake

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With around 3 million visitors, the annual Danube Island Festival is Europe’s largest open air party. But on top of these 3 days in June, there is always something to do on the Danube Island: 42 kilometers of sand, swimming bays, playgrounds, running and skating tracks, boats, bicycles and surfboards to hire, bars, cafés and restaurants all belong to the recreational paradise of the Viennese.

Surrounded by gardens, lawns, restaurants with waterside terraces, promenades and bike paths, the Old Danube attracts swimmers, sailors, rowers and windsurfers in summer and skaters in winter. Choose from three sailing and surfing schools, nine boat rentals and four lidos. Perhaps spend an afternoon at Gänsehäufel, where two kilometers of beach, swimming pools, playgrounds and cafés promise relaxing hours.”

Gänsehäufel

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I love anything that involves the ocean. Swimming, snorkeling or surfing are all fun, which distracts from your mind that you are actually doing a workout. Being outdoors in the sun and the salt water is great for freeing your mind and feeling alive.”……..Samantha Stosur

No doubt, Tiffany has taken advantage of the many opportunities available to explore her sporting pleasure.

What’s pleasurable about watching Tiffany’s matches besides her ascending skill level is the enthusiastic and comedic way she loves to engage the crowd. During her matches she at times loves to dominate weaker opponents as she did Simona which in many circles is certain to be a crowd pleaser as well.

Included among the DWW Big Girls, Tiffany graced the mats by the Danube like taking a breath of fresh air on an illustrious scenic swim.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, DWW Galaxy, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling.com, rogerebert.com, mydestination.com, austria.info, thank you Wikimedia Commons for great photos.