Eric Shanteau Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Chest, Biceps and Waist Size

© Gian Mattia D'Alberto  - LaPresse 30-07-2009 Roma sport 13° Campionati Mondiali FINA nuoto nella foto: SHANTEAU Eric USA © Gian Mattia D'Alberto  - LaPresse 30-07-2009 Rome 13th FINA World Championship swimming in the photo: SHANTEAU Eric USAEric Lee Shanteau is an American competition swimmer. He was born on October 1, 1983 in Snellville, Georgia, United States. A product of Auburn University, he is well-recognized for winning two gold medals as a member of winning United States relay teams at the World Championships. While in college, he was 11-time All-American for the Auburn Tigers swimming and diving team. That time, he joined the 2003 World University Games and successfully won the silver medal in the 400-meter individual medley. He also participated at the World University Games in the year 2005 and won the 200-meter and 400-meter individual medley.

According to Eric, organic foods are the best foods to indulge. He advised in an interview, “Eat as much organic as you can afford. It just tastes better and you don’t have all those chemicals coursing through your body.”

Here’s his best diet tips to everyone: “Don’t expect to get different results from the same old routine. I have done almost every style of training you can imagine and I believe I have benefited in different ways from all of them. Doing the same thing and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.”

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 31)

Height: 188 cm | 6 feet, 2 Inches
Weight: 79 kg | 174 lbs
Chest: (not known)
Bicep: (not known)
Waist: (not known)