Wednesday's Swim Report - Masters of the Black Line & Other Swim Bits
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Lane 1 - sport24 posts "Roland Schoeman on how to improve swimming in SA. Multiple Olympic and World Championship participant, medal winner and record holder, Roland Schoeman, details what needs to be done to improve swimming in SA."
Lane 2 - Aqua Sphere Swim posts "MP - Michael Phelps on the MP Brand. For more information, visit http://www.michaelphelps.com."
Lane 3 - My San Antonio posts "U.S. Masters meet opens Thursday at Northside Swim Center. A new era in athletics in San Antonio will dawn on Thursday with opening day of the four-day, Nationwide U.S. Masters meet at the Northside Swim Center."
Lane 4 - The News Tribe posts "100 Years Old Japanese Woman Made World Record! After a Japanese woman suffered a knee injury, she became a competitive swimmer – at age 88. Nearing the age of 101 has not slowed down one Japanese woman. In fact, in the swimming pool — she is only getting faster."
Lane 5 - San Antonio Express-News posts "Swimming clinician Davis still breathes competitive fire. In his prime, Josh Davis would stand on the starting platform and adjust his goggles, knowing that few freestyle swimmers in the world could beat him in the 200 meters. Now 42, he admits he’ll never set any more personal records."
Lane 6 - Manchester Evening News posts "Olympic ace Keri-Anne Payne is back and has set her sights on Rio 2016 Games."