Katherine Nichols

journalist; author of "Deep Water: From The Swim Team to Drug Smuggling"

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journalist; author of "Deep Water: From The Swim Team to Drug Smuggling"

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During the 1970s, a group of swimmers from Coronado High School in California ran a small weed smuggling operation that grew into a $100 million global enterprise.

Swimming weed from Mexico to U.S. brought big money - and trouble - for California student athletes

During the 1970s, a group of swimmers from Coronado High School in California ran a small weed smuggling operation that grew into a $100 million global enterprise.

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