Wednesday's Swim Report - Next Acts In and Out of the Pool
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Lane 1 - CCTV posts "Olympic champion swimmer Sun Yang: Keep fighting is never easy. Triple Olympic champion Sun Yang insisted that he would try his best to compete at 2020 Olympic Games, but the 25-year-old freestyle specialist did hesitate about quitting the pool after last year's Rio Olympics."
Lane 2 - Olympic posts (w/video) "Alzain Tareq Olympic Swimming Dream Drives Bahrain Schoolgirl | Generation Rise. Alzain Tareq is just eleven years old but has her sights set on the Olympics and becoming Bahrain’s greatest ever swimmer."
Lane 3 - 23 ABC Bakersfield posts (w/video) "Michael Phelps in Bakersfield for Hoffmann Hospice. Olympic swimmer in Bakersfield for good cause."
Lane 4 - Sporting News posts "Olympic swimmer Dana Vollmer competes while 6-months pregnant. Dana Vollmer may be six months pregnant, but that didn’t stop her from competing in her meet this weekend."
Lane 5 - USA Today posts "6 reasons why adding mixed relays to Olympic swimming is a phenomenal idea."
Lane 6 - KSN posts (w/video) "Rio Olympics swimmer inspires Wichita swimmers. The Wichita Swim Club held its end of the year banquet at Wichita Country Club. Kevin Cordes, who won gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics, spoke to the young men and women."
Lane 7 - Walgreens posts (w/video) "Next Act: Dara Torres. From the pool to the home, Olympian and mom, Dara Torres, takes small steps to feel her best."
Lane 8 - News 4 Tuscon posts "Pee in swimming pools, hot tubs: Lab tests reveal the dirty truth."