Lane 1 - Arena Water Instinct posts "YOU WOULDN’T UNDERSTAND UNLESS YOU’RE A SWIMMER – IS COMPETITIVE SWIMMING A CONTACT SPORT?"
Lane 2 - Vasa Trainer posts "Swim Stronger - Why the High Elbow Catch with Proper Pull Matters. Perfect practice of a proper pull in swimming is critical for fast, efficient Freestyle and all strokes. Coach Matt Kredich explains why he uses the Vasa Swim Erg with forearm cuffs (instead of hand paddles) to teach swimmers the ideal high elbow catch and correct hand position to fully engage the lats and and back muscles, which are essential for developing powerful, strong propulsion in the water. Learn how to make adjustments to your swimming to gain better "grip" on the water and avoid the common Freestyle mistakes of slipping, dropped-elbows, and crossing midline."
Lane 3 - The West Australian posts "Edwina eyes Eamon's eatery. When Sunrise weather presenter Edwina Bartholomew comes to Perth for Telethon this month, there's one local destination that she is particularly excited about visiting. The bubbly blonde, who also co-hosts Dancing with the Stars, said she could not wait to dine at contestant Eamon Sullivan's Leighton Beach establishment, Bib and Tucker."
Lane 4 - PR Web posts "The Race Club Announces the Launch of an Innovative Webisode Series on Swimming Technique. Beginning November 5th, the first of many swimming technique videos will be released on The Race Club website. The video series features top swimmers from around the world and will reveal secret tips on how The Race Club coaches its’ fast swimmers."
Lane 5 - The Backlot posts "The Wet & Shirtless Evolution Of Ian Thorpe."
Lane 6 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Olympic Games medallist Alicia Coutts contemplates retirement from swimming. Five-time Olympic Games medallist Alicia Coutts has contemplated an immediate retirement from swimming, declaring "if I retired tomorrow, I would be satisfied with what I've done in the sport".
Lane 7 - Rio 2016 posts "Voluntário Rio 2016 - BOOOORAAAA. Cesar Cielo está te chamando para ser voluntário. Aceita o desafio? Então BOOOORAAAA! Seja o #HeróisDosSeusHeróis Seja #VoluntárioRio2016"
Lane 8 - LGBT Weekly posts "Different Strokes Swim Team present $1,700 check to Christie’s Place. San Diego’s only LGBT swim team, the Different Strokes Swim Team (DSST) presented a $1,700 check to Christie’s Place Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Mission Valley YMCA Pool. The check was from money raised from DSST’s Bart Hopple Memorial Swim, which the club has run every year since 1991."