GoPro teased a look into the life of four-time Olympic champion Missy Franklin in an 88-second spot published on its YouTube channel Monday morning.
The two-part series will be split into two April installments starting April 11, according to the trailer video’s YouTube description.
More from the YouTube description:
“Finding Missy” is a 2-part original series that will give viewers the most up-close look into Missy Franklin’s daily life, told from her own unique perspective.
The “Finding Missy” journey begins on Oahu, Hawaii, where Missy enjoys the ohana life and trades in her daily routine for new elemental challenges. She then takes us back to her beloved Berkeley, California for a glimpse into her college life, and the experiences that she’s left behind to pursue her dreams. And finally, we are brought back to reality, in her hometown of Centennial, Colorado. Here, we experience what training is like at the most elite level, as Missy prepares for what could be her biggest summer yet.
Franklin, 20, earned a female record six gold medals at the World Championships in 2013, but came away from the biggest meets of 2014 and 2015 with zero individual titles, suffering back spasms two days before the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships.
She could try to make the Rio Olympic team in the 100m and 200m backstrokes and 100m and 200m freestyles at the Olympic trials from June 26-July 3 in Omaha, Neb.