Lane 1 - Men's Fitness posts "SI Cover Model Nina Agdal Shares Her Swimsuit Advice. Model Nina Agdal and NBA star Chandler Parsons talk summer fashion."
Lane 2 - Swimming Australia posts "Swimming Australia - Multi Class Classification Explained."
Lane 3 - fibre2fashion posts "Speedo debuts flattering ‘Sculpture’ swimwear range. Speedo believes that all women should be able to look and feel great in and out of the water. That’s why it created Speedo Sculpture, a swimwear collection made to give women confidence by smoothing and shaping the body to enhance and control feminine curves."
Lane 4 - Sarasota Magazine posts "Beachy-Chic Resort Wear for Spring. Shot on location at The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota, Beach Club on Lido Key, these beachy-chic looks will make you want to break away for a day. Letarte Swimwear snake print top and bottom, $98 each, The Met; Speedo Shoreline square-leg brief in black with white stripe, $46, Swim City. Gold cuff, $620, June Simmons Jewelry at the Met."
Lane 5 - SBS posts "Bring on Phelps - Aussie 200m team. Suddenly American swimming superstar Michael Phelps' rumoured comeback can't come soon enough for Australia's 4x200m relay team members. A world class men's 200m freestyle final at the Commonwealth Games trials in Brisbane on Wednesday night not only had Australia's young guns pumped for Glasgow but also a mooted 2015 showdown with the great Phelps."
Lane 6 - Xtri posts "The Posture and Position of the High Elbow Catch. For the Wingline, the swimmers elbow posture is always higher than the wrist. From this position, the elbow must be high and flexed. I use the analogy of the bird wing when demonstrating this (see video). However, I may not have always been clear about the positioning and the central point – where the elbow is in space and time following entry and at the termination of the extension (some call this a glide which is incorrect)."
Lane 7 - Go Swim posts "Freestyle - Narrow Flutter Kick. Developing a constant kick is very important for freestyle, but making sure it's narrow will also be something to focus on."
Lane 8 - Manilla Standard posts "Making A Splash. The days when Speedo was just a brand only for professional swimmers are long gone as shown by the most recent showcase of its latest collection for Spring/Summer 2014. Anchored on the running theme “evolution,” the overall aesthetic and functional direction of the collection is reflective of the brand’s mission of developing techniques and improving performance geared for underwater fun—be it as a competitive sport or just plain leisure."