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Friday's Swim Report - And In Lane One We Have...

Lane 1 - AT&T posts via youtube "Ryan Lochte Crashes Swim Meet.  Watch what happens when Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte shows up as a surprise contender at a swim meet. It's a #DONTMISS moment, only from AT&T, captured on the HTC One X. To see more, check out the #DONTMISS Network, at dontmissmoments.com. Shoot it. Share it. #DONTMISS it."

Lane 2 - Straits Times posts "SSA responsible for cap-and-goggles fiasco at London Olympics: SNOC.  The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has concluded its investigation into the Ssa1ecap-and-goggles fiasco at the London Olympics and deemed the Singapore Swimming Association (SSA) responsible."

Lane 3 - NY Times posts "Out of the Pool, Phelps Finds the Water at Medinah.  Michael Phelps’s wedge shot was a little thin, but it got airborne, giving rise to abundant applause from the fans in the grandstand behind the Medinah Country Club practice range. Phelps, the 22-time Olympic swimming medalist, felt like a fish out of water Tuesday when he swung his clubs alongside golfers who formed a major titleholder’s row."

Lane 4 - AFP posts "Kosuke Kitajima keen to swim at Rio Olympics.  apan's four-time Olympic swimming champion Kosuke Kitajima, who missed out on an individual medal at the London Games, says he is keen to line up at the poolside in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.  "While younger swimmers are coming up, I want to go to Rio, too," Kitajima, 30, told a party held in Tokyo on Thursday in honour of Japanese swimmers who collected a record 11 medals in London, according to local media."

Lane 5 - Team USA posts via youtube "Dana Vollmer is a Hometown Hero after London.  After London 2012, Dana made a trip back to her hometown of Granbury, Texas where she was honored with a parade and commemorative sidewalk tile bearing her signature. In addition, Dana made appearances at her old high school and elementary school to sign autographs and speak to kids about her experiences."

Lane 6 - Gainsville Sun posts "Olympic star Beisel back with UF swimming.  She's back, and that is great news for the Florida Gators.  Following a whirlwind summer that was capped by winning a pair of medals at the 2012 Olympics in London, UF junior Elizabeth Beisel decided to return to collegiate competition.  “It's been crazy,” Beisel said. “When I went home to Rhode Island, it was like mayhem just because I was the only Olympian from that state. Everybody sort of knew about me, and that was a little weird because I would be recognized wherever I went."

Lane 7 - Herald Sun posts "Real estate agents ham it up on YouTube to drum up home sales.  Whether it's donning a pair of Speedos for an online tour, or perfecting a martial arts kick, it seems there is nothing some agents won't do to get a sale.  Real estate marketing trainer Glenn Twiddle said doing an "outrageous video" was designed to get attention and make the seller stand out from the crowd."

Lane 8 - Stack posts "Olympic Breaststroke Techniques.  Traditionally, the breaststroke is the easiest but slowest stroke in the sport of swimming. But breaststroke form improvements are rapidly occurring, propelling faster times, most notably as when Japanese schoolboy Akihiro Yamaguchi broke the World Record in the 200-meter."


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