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Saturday's Swim Report - Record Breaking

Lane 1 - From Cody Enterprise "Be there to set world record.  Join thousands of kids and adults at aquatic facilities around the globe to set a new world record for the World's Largest Swimming Lesson (WLSL)."

Lane 2 - From Speedo International "Unforgettable Swims" via youtube

Lane 3 - From Baldwin County Now "Bounds YMCA to aid world-record swimming lesson effort.  DAPHNE, Ala. — On June 14, thousands of kids and adults at aquatics facilities around the globe will unite to set a global record for the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson. Bounds Family YMCA is an official host location for the 2011 WLSL record-setting event."

Lane 4 - Natalie Coughlin blogs for USA Swimming "Poohstrong.  The Charlotte Grand Prix is the sixth of seven stops along the Speedo Grand Prix Series that spans the long course season of the competition year.  Throughout the years I have had the opportunity to support various charities, but this year I chose a charity that is very close to my heart.  The David Andrew 'Pooh' Maddan Foundation was set up in honor of my friend Dave.  Although I’ve known Dave since I was about 16 years old, I don’t think I ever called him by his real name.  Everyone knew him as 'Pooh.'”

Lane 5 - Sign On San Diego posts "VISTA — Vista’s Wave Waterpark and the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA will take part in a try for a slot in the Guinness World Records on Tuesday with what is expected to be a massive, if not world’s largest, swimming lesson."

Lane 6 - From ESPN (w/video) "Sweat Spot: Roy Williams.  Williams gave us exclusive access to his pool-based workouts, and we turned it into part of a regular Mag series entitled Sweat Spot. For TV buffs out there, yes, this has also been airing on ESPN's NFL Live program. We call that synergy."

Lane 7 - From Athletic Business "Aquatics Facility Expansion Takes Advantage of Geothermal Energy."

Lane 8 - Gay Games Blog posts "District of Columbia Aquatics Club hosts the 20th Maryland Swim for Life.  The District of Columbia Aquatics Club (DCAC) will host the 20th annual Maryland Swim for Life on June 25th in Chestertown, Maryland. Swim for Life is an open water swim competition and fundraising event to benefit Washington, DC-area HIV/AIDS non-profit organizations, as well as local watershed organizations that advocate for clean, local waters."


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