This Adorable Kid Lost His Goggles...On His Face.

This Young Swimmer Lost His Goggles…On His Face.

“I need my goggles!”

We’ve all been there.

That terrifying moment where you can’t find your swim goggles. Maybe it’s in the moments right before practice, or in the panic-soaked seconds as you are about to get up onto the blocks to race.

You search desperately through your swim bag, in your pockets, under the bleachers, anywhere…everywhere…

Except for your head.

Beyond the fact that this kid is unbelievably adorable, for swimmers who have experienced that fear of losing their swim goggles this video hits close to home:

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Olivier Poirier-Leroy Olivier Poirier-Leroy is the founder of YourSwimLog.com. He is an author, former national level swimmer, two-time Olympic Trials qualifier, and swim coach.

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