Lane 1 - The WSJ posts "Going the Distance: How to Train for Extreme Sports."
Lane 2 - US Masters Swimming posts "Swim Paddle Power - SWIMMER Magazine. For SWIMMER magazine Cokie Lepinski of Swymnut Masters shows us how to Pump Up our Paddle Power and turn our hands and forearms into the ultimate propulsive tool."
Lane 3 - The World Link posts "Swimmers take aim at major meets. Denise Stuntzner and Jayna Tomac are far removed from their days as standout swimmers in high school and college. But the competitive spirit has been reborn in them through the masters swimming program and is boiling up as they prepare for two of their biggest competitions since their college days. Stuntzner and Tomac leave Friday for the United States Masters Swimming Spring Nationals, a four-day event in Santa Clara, Calif."
Lane 4 - Penn Live posts "Lawyer's alleged hair loss in LA Fitness pool triggers $5M lawsuit: Sink or swim? Attorney Robert Prignoli is suing LA Fitness for improper ph and chlorine balance. He says he lost his hair and had skin irritations."
Lane 5 - NY Times posts "A Stroke You Must Have… Christopher Pompi, a civil engineer in Adams, Mass. As a young adult, Mr. Pompi spent time on the Jersey Shore, but he could not join his friends in the water because he didn’t know how to swim. With the help of the Swimming Saves Lives Foundation, the charitable arm of U.S. Masters Swimming, Mr. Pompi finally overcame his fear at age 38 and learned to swim. He had realized that if anything happened to his son in the water, he would have been unable to help."
Lane 6 - The Buffalo News posts "One teacher's health regimen: Swimming, personal training, vegetable stew. University at Buffalo associate French professor Maureen Jameson swims Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings in the Alumni Arena pool. Jameson, a Nashville native who came to UB in 1985 to take her teaching job, is subject of today’s What are you Eating? feature in WNY Refresh. Georgetta L. Morque, of U.S. Masters Swimming, connected her with me as a way to help shine a spotlight on Adult Learn-to-Swim Month, which takes place in April."