Wednesday's Swim Report - Give Me Swimmers, Divers & More Swim Bits
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Lane 1 - TRX Training posts (via Facebook) "MAKE A SPLASH IN 2014 WITH NATALIE. In Week 3 of this five-week healthy living series, 12-time Olympic Medalist, 20-time World Medalist and World Record Holder Natalie Coughlin brings you five of her favorite TRX exercises for an on-the-go workout that can be performed in a hotel room or anywhere."
Lane 2 - Give Me Sport posts "Exclusive: Tom Daley hopes London move means gold in Rio. Tom Daley hopes the decision to uproot himself from Plymouth and move to London will enhance his prospects of achieving his ambition of winning gold at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The 19-year-old diver announced a change of both training venue and coach last week with Daley now set to base himself at the aquatics centre in Stratford's Olympic Park and Jane Figueiredo to oversee his progress."
Lane 3 - Idea Mensch posts "Gary Hall – Owner of The Race Club. Where did the idea for The Race Club come from? My son, Gary Hall Jr. and I are three-time Olympic swimmers. When Gary Jr. was training for the Olympics, we put together an amazing group of swimmers all competing and training in Islamorada, FL (Florida Keys). We were using innovative training techniques and incorporating many things into the lifestyle and training methods."
Lane 4 - The Baltimore Sun posts "Michael Phelps looking sharp in 'Suits' appearance . Ever wanted to make a cameo appearance on a favorite TV show? Michael Phelps is about to do just that, appearing on an episode of the USA Network drama "Suits" that will air March 6. Phelps, who has said he's a fan of the show, has an easy role to play -- himself."
Lane 5 - Instinct posts "Hot 'Splash!' Contestant's Leopard-Print Speedo Bulge Steals The Show."
Lane 6 - PR Web posts "Endless Pools Elite Model Installed at U.S. Olympic Training Center. The U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs is now home to an Endless Pool Elite for stroke training and analysis at the facility's aquatic center."