Lane 1 - Active posts "7 Strength Moves to Speed Up Your Swimming. When the goal is to get faster in the water, there are a few things that need to happen. First, your technique must improve so you have no wasted motion. Second, improve mobility. If your range of motion is tight through your shoulders, it will affect your speed. Mobility training will have a direct and positive effect on your swimming speed. Finally, strength train. You want to generate output and strength training will do that."
Lane 2 - International Swimming Hall of Fame posts "Adolph KEIFER. International Swimming Hall of Fame Gold Medallion recipient, Adolph Kiefer is recognized for his swimming and contributions to swimming as a business man and philanthropist.."
Lane 3 - Nine/MSN posts (w/video) "Nick D'Arcy 'hardly ever swims anymore' and is studying to become a doctor. Once the most hated member of the Australian Swimming team Nick D'Arcy has revealed he now rarely swims, has completed the first year of a medical degree and feels the public have forgiven him."
Lane 4 - The Daily Telegraph posts "Rachael Finch models Speedo’s new swim line."
Lane 5 - Speedo posts "Speedo Nemesis Fins. Watch our Nemesis Fins empower Ryan Lochte to push even more water during his training sets. Nemesis Fins use an advanced bio-mimic design inspired by the humpback whale's fin. The Nemesis Fins create even channels of fast moving water that add new levels of power, efficiency, and control to your workout."
Lane 6 - West Australia Today posts "Swimming royalty miss out on Rottnest race. hey may be among the biggest names in Australian swimming but their names haven't been enough to earn spots in next year's Rottnest Channel Swim. Olympic gold medallist Neil Brooks and legendary open water swimmers Shelley Taylor-Smith and Tammy van Wisse all wanted to swim in the famous race but the legendary trio have missed out. Swimmers for the race, to be held on February 21, are chosen by ballot."