Cody Simpson vomits by a pool in new Head Above Water trailer

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    Cody Simpson is pushed to his limits as he vomits by a pool in new Head Above Water trailer

    Cody Simpson recently put his music career on hold to pursue his dreams of Olympic glory.

    And on Wednesday, a new trailer for upcoming docuseries, Head Above Water, reveals Cody’s determination to get a spot on the Australian swimming team.

    In the two minute sneak peek, Cody, 24, proves he is willing to do whatever it takes to represent his country in the games.

    Tough gig: Australian singer Cody Simpson, 24, (pictured) is pushed to his limits as he vomits by the pool in a new trailer for upcoming swimming docuseries Head Above Water

    Tough gig: Australian singer Cody Simpson, 24, (pictured) is pushed to his limits as he vomits by the pool in a new trailer for upcoming swimming docuseries Head Above Water

    The singer is pushed to his limits as he participates in grueling training sessions. 

    We then see someone who appears to be a coach or manager saying, ‘we don’t know his (Cody’s) limits,’ before Cody is seen vomiting spectacularly next to the pool.

    ‘I have no delusions about how difficult it was going to be,’ Cody is heard saying in the sneak peek, before acknowledging that public opinion about his swimming journey was always bound to be cynical.

    Will he make it? At one point in the trailer, we then see someone who appears to be a coach or manager saying,'we don't know his (Cody's) limits'

    Will he make it? At one point in the trailer, we then see someone who appears to be a coach or manager saying, ‘we don’t know his (Cody’s) limits’

    'I have no delusions about how difficult it was going to be,' Cody is heard saying in the preview

    ‘I have no delusions about how difficult it was going to be,’ Cody is heard saying in the preview

    ‘The big-headed musician that thinks he can make an Olympic team,’ he continues.

    The new docuseries will also follow competitive swimmers Ian Thorpe, Bronte Campbell and Kyle Chalmers.

    Cody announced his return to swimming on Instagram in December, after giving up the sport to pursue a singing career in Los Angeles.

    Chasing his dreams: Cody announced his return to swimming on Instagram in December, after giving up the sport to pursue a singing career in Los Angeles

    Chasing his dreams: Cody announced his return to swimming on Instagram in December, after giving up the sport to pursue a singing career in Los Angeles

    ‘I just qualified for my first Olympic trials. I’d love to share this personal milestone and let you in on my current journey as an athlete that I’ve kept relatively low-key until now,’ he began in a lengthy post. 

    ‘Growing up competing, and then inevitably having to cut my career short as a 13-year-old Australian champion when I received an opportunity in music that I couldn’t refuse… 

    ‘Now almost exactly 10 years later, here I am poolside once more. For years I had been fuelled by the silent fire in my stomach of returning to the sport of swimming, with the idea that 2020 would be the year I’d try training again.’  

    Head Above Water premieres exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on June 4 

    Cracking up: The Golden Thing singer had Ian, 38, in stitches of laughter as they stood alongside each other

    Cracking up: The Golden Thing singer had Ian, 38, in stitches of laughter as they stood alongside each other

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