Lane 1 - Fox 4 posts "Teen swimming phenom turning heads — as a professional. Fourteen-year-old Michael Andrew has swimming speed that already rivals that of Olympians. But unlike other young athletes, he’s already turned pro. During a recent event in Minnesota, Andrew became the youngest male in history to swim the 100M breaststroke in under 56 seconds. Peter Andrew said the decision to turn pro had less to do with money, and more to do with an unorthodox training system Michael uses called USRPT. That system has never caught on with American coaches, and focuses on training for specific events rather than all-encompassing endurance training."
Lane 2 - ISHOF posts "Matt Biondi. Excerpts from Dolphins Whales and Us, a documentary featuring Olympic Great, Matt Biondi. This film was shot in 1990 and also starred Peter Horton and Elle McPherson."
Lane 3 - Ramblin Wreck posts "Better Than Good. Tech swimming coach Shealy Hart inducted into Georgia Aquatic Hall of Fame. Courtney Shealy Hart owns two Olympic gold medals yet often sums up her swimming career by claiming the moniker "that other girl." Shealy Hart can be forgiven for feeling like a fourth wheel on the United States Olympic relay teams at the 2000 Sydney Games. The other three swimmers - Jenny Thompson, Dara Torres and Amy Van Dyken - claim a combined 28 Olympic medals and are legends of the sport."
Lane 4 - Arena Water Instinct posts "Top Five ‘Yoga-Based’ Drills For Swimmers – Part One: Toes & Feet."