Pampers Congratulates Dana Vollmer, U.S. Olympic Swimmer and New Mom, for Winning Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Pampers Celebrates Vollmer’s Comeback as a Momma on a Mission to
Become the First American Mother to Win Gold in Swimming

CINCINNATI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#PampersDreams–Pampers, the world’s leading diaper brand, is a proud sponsor of U.S.
Olympic gold medalist swimmer and new mom Dana Vollmer, who earned a
total of three medals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games 17 months after the
birth of her son. Vollmer won the bronze in the women’s 100 meter
butterfly, set an American record with a silver medal in the women’s 4 x
100 meter freestyle relay and gold in the women’s 4 x 100 meter medley
relay at her appearance at the Olympic Games since becoming a mom.

Pampers celebrates the milestones achieved by Vollmer, who along with
her 4 x 100 meter medley relay teammates, brought home Team USA’s
historic 1,000th gold medal in summer competition. Vollmer’s comeback
also placed her in history as being the first mom to win gold in USA
Swimming on the Olympic stage.

“We are proud to partner with Dana, who as a first-time mom and
world-class athlete showed the world that you can be a mother and an
Olympian. Her performance at the Olympic Games just 17 months after
having a baby is inspirational,” said E. Yuri Hermida, vice president of
North America Baby Care, P&G. “At Pampers we believe that achieving big
dreams starts with a good night’s sleep, which is why we create
outstanding diapers designed to help little ones stay dry and sleep
comfortably through the night.”

Vollmer first made her mark at the London 2012 Olympic Games where she
won three gold medals and set two world records. She won gold medals in
the 800 meter freestyle relay, the 400 meter medley relay and the 100
meter butterfly setting a world record and best time of 55.98. She also
shattered expectations and was the first woman to swim the event under
56 seconds.

“Words can’t describe the excitement I feel for winning three medals,
including gold at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games,” Vollmer said. “Medaling
at the Olympic Games means more to me now since becoming a mother. When
it came down to it, I wanted to dive into the pool to give it everything
I had and make Arlen proud of his mom. I’m truly honored and grateful to
Pampers for all its support and for diapers that helped keep Arlen
asleep through the night. Because a good night’s sleep for him means a
good night sleep for me, enabling us both to wake up well rested and
ready to conquer our dreams.”

On September 15, Vollmer will host a Pampers Twitter Party where she
will share her experiences at the Olympic Games and how being a mom has
changed her life as an athlete. Fans can visit the Pampers Twitter
handle @Pampers or for details.

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P&G Baby Care Communications
Heather Valento, 513-945-0705
Relations (for Pampers)
Nadine Niznik, 212-613-4944