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Saturday's Swim Report - Spinning & Swimming With The Best

Lane 1 - The News Tribune posts "Olympic medalist Megan Jendrick will teach young swimmers at Fife Swim Center.  Megan Jendrick has always been a woman with a plan, even when she was a girl.  Before becoming a three-time Olympic swimming medalist, she was 12-year-old Megan Quann from Puyallup with a four-year plan and a big dream.  Watching her first Olympics in 1996 and marveling as 14-year-old Amanda Beard won three medals for the United States, Jendrick set her sights to the future."

Lane 2 - FINIS posts "Kane Radford at FINIS Stroke Lab.  3-time RCP Tiburon Mile Champion, Kane Radford took the time to step into the FINIS Stroke Lab and show us his smooth freestyle catch."

Lane 3 - Star Tribune posts (w/video) "Olympic swimmer Dara Torres is spinning about her two new passions.  Dara Torres, the Olympic swim champ, has a couple of new passions.  She’s very involved in spinning and promoting the new Koss Fit Series, ear buds she helped design for the size of most women’s ears (although the two men in her life seem to enjoy the headphones, too). Torres was recently in the metro at a couple of cycling studios directing spin classes and passing out the colorful headphones, which are made in Milwaukee by Koss Corp."

Lane 4 - Lehigh Valley posts (w/video) "Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines hosts swimming clinic at Freedom High School.   Three-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines, one of the most celebrated swimmers in U.S. history, came to the Lehigh Valley and co-hosted a Mutual of Omaha Breakout! Swim Clinic at Freedom High School.  The event was sponsored by Lehigh Valley Aquatics, a technique-based program."

Lane 5 - Sayco posts "Alex Meyer Single Kneeling Press."

Lane 6 - Gazette Times posts "Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin brings out the crowd as Beavers fall to Bears.  Dixon represents the smallest venue in the Pac-12 with a 150-person capacity and several who wanted to watch had to be turned away. Some crowded around upper-floor windows, others peered inside ground-level doors and windows.  It’s all because of Olympic superstar Missy Franklin, who was competing with California in a season-opening dual against the Beavers."


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