Wednesday's Swim Report - Swimming In The Pink
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Thursday's Swim Report - A Night With A Swimmer & More Swim Bits

Lane 1 - The Australian posts "Dutchman Jacco Verhaeren takes reins of Australian swim team."

Lane 2 - DSC Media posts "Hungarian Swimmer Katinks Hosszu confirms its desire to more records in the FINA Swimming World Cup in Dubai 2013 At Hamdan Sports Complex On 16 th October 2013."

Lane 3 - Sport 360 posts "Chad Le Clos interview: Motivated by Michael Phelps' legacy.  Following the Olympics, le Clos said he struggled with some shoulder problems and had a wobbly few months but the 21-year-old returns to Dubai this weekend coming off a double gold medal-winning performance at the World Championships in Barcelona, and a strong run of results in the first three legs of the Swimming World Cup Series."

Lane 4 - NBC 4 posts "A Celebrated Swimmer in Person: A Night With Nyad.  The record-breaking long-distance swimmer visits Pasadena.  Ms. Nyad will bring that message, and a few stories from the open ocean, to Pasadena's Rose Bowl Aquatics Center on Saturday, Oct. 19."

Lane 5 - Jacaranda FM posts "Zandberg quits top level swimming.   South Africa's former backstroke world champion Gerhard Zandberg has announced that his swimming career is over."

Lane 6 - Business Day posts "Australian project on track to finding 20 champions.  The ASC, a government authority which decides on strategy and allocates funding, released a list of 18 champions from 13 different sports on Wednesday led by swimming world champions James Magnussen, Christian Sprenger and Cate Campbell.  The disappointing performance of the swimming team was a major factor to Australia’s poor display at last year’s London Olympics, where the country finished 10th on the medals table."

Lane 7 - Go Swim posts "All Strokes - Watch. With so much swimming, racing, training, or coaching, motivating, teaching... when was the last time you just sat back and watched people swim."

Lane 8 - WBIR posts "Former UT swimmer, Boston Marathon survivor returns to pool.  Six months after Nicole Gross' life was forever changed by the Boston bombings, she will return to the pool for the first time. The former University of Tennessee swimmer, who grew up outside of Baltimore and trained alongside a kid named Michael Phelps, will wade into the blue water today and escape."


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