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Satruday's Swim Report - Coughlin's Body & Other Swim Bits

Lane 1 - SDGLN posts "Local swim club celebrates a milestone. This spring marked the 30th anniversary of the Different Strokes Swim Team (DSST), San Diego’s LGBT swim club. DSST features a membership of over 100 men and women, while hundreds of other members have participated in team events in the past."

Lane 2 - Aspetar posts "Chad Guy Bertrand le Clos, South African Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games champion swimmer."

Lane 3 - WSOC posts (w/video) "Olympic swimmer who nearly drowned as child gives lessons. D drowning at a New Jersey water park when he was five. Now the two-time Olympian is doing his part to keep kids safe in the water."

Lane 4 - News posts "Kyrgios comments should be no surprise. Dawn Fraser has been saying stuff like this for years. DAWN Fraser is one of Australia’s most celebrated Olympians, if not our most celebrated. Long before and after the likes of Cathy Freeman or Ian Thorpe, Fraser was — and to many still is — the very face of Australian Olympism, of Australian sport. You could now argue that she is becoming the face of Australian intolerance. Earlier today on Nine’s Today show, the venerable 77-year-old said that Australian tennis players Bernard Tomic and Nick Kyrgios should: “Go back where their parents came from.

Lane 5 - Montreal Gazette posts (w/video) "Meet Olympic Swimmer Ryan Cochrane. Ryan Cochrane, Olympic swimmer, is Canada's best bet for a medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio."

Lane 6 - ESPN posts (w/video) "Even scoliosis couldn't stop Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin. Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin spoke with reporter Morty Ain about her insane flexibility, ever-changing stroke, and what it was like to take it all off for the Body Issue."

Lane 7 - Red Eye Chicago posts "Olympic swimmer Conor Dwyer launches Make a Splash. Olympian Conor Dwyer makes an appearance in Chicago to raise awareness of the importance of learning to swim."

Lane 8 - Inquisitr posts "Lifeguard Flies Rainbow Flag From His Stand, Beachgoers Complain He’ll Only Save Gay Swimmers. A North Carolina beach town is changing its policies after a lifeguard flew a rainbow flag — commonly associated with the LGBTQ community — and some beachgoers expressed concern that he was only going to rescue gay people, WECT (Wilmington) is reporting."


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