Sunday's Swim Report - How To Find A Swim Job & Other Swim Bits
Sunday, February 01, 2015
A whole month has passed and not only have I skipped many days not posting but I skipped a whole month of no swimming. Hopefully this month my birthday month will be better for swimming and posting.
Lane 1 - NY Times posts "No Redemption for Ryan Lochte. Daiya Seto of Japan again upstaged the American star Ryan Lochte on the second and final day of the Aquatic Super Series in Perth, Australia, edging Lochte to win the 200-meter individual medley for his fourth victory of the meet. Lochte did not win an individual event at the meet."
Lane 2 - Swimming Australia posts "BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series Time Lapse. BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series Time Lapse, tune in LIVE on ONEHD."
Lane 3 - Swimming World posts "5 Ways Swimming Can Help You Find A Job."
Lane 4 - Austin 360 posts "Swimming with Olympic medalist Brendan Hansen at new Austin Aquatics & Sports Academy. A huge new swim facility just opened in southwest Austin, so I grabbed my suit, set my alarm clock for 4:50 a.m. and headed to practice. After all, six-time Olympic medalist Brendan Hansen, who heads up the swim program at the sparkling new Austin Aquatics & Sports Academy, was coaching."
Lane 5 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Olympic swimmer Eamon Sullivan to open third Perth eatery. It's a hobby most often associated with Sunday swapmeets and grandma's house, but homemade sauces and preserves will be well and truly on the menu at Eamon Sullivan's new venture. "We're going to start to do more things ourselves, like experiment with making our own sauces, jams and chutneys," Sullivan said."
Lane 6 - Daily Mail posts "Tennis for Thorpie! Swimming champion Ian suits up for a Friday night courtside at the Australian Open. The 32-year-old former Olympian was spotted sitting courtside at Melbourne Park on Friday for Day 12 of the Australian Open."
Lane 7 - Swimming Australia posts "BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series - Day 2 Highlights."
Lane 8 - Daily Journal posts "6-time Olympic gold medal swimmer Van Dyken returns to broadcast booth after ATV accident."