Beyond The Lane Lines: Michael Phelps Joins Up With Golfer Jason Day

Get your weekly news repair on happenings outward a pool with a latest book of ‘Beyond a Lane Lines.’ This week’s headlines underline Japanese swimmer Daiya Seto, a GOAT Michael Phelps, Aussie Olympic bullion medalist Kyle Chalmers and late former universe record holder Eamon Sullivan.

#1 – Daiya Seto Gets Hitched

One of Japan Swimming’s World Championships award threats, Daiya Seto, announced his matrimony to a associate nautical contestant progressing this month. Seto, 23, married 24-year-old Japanese diver Yuka Mabuchi and took to amicable media to make a news famous to his fans around a world. A buttress on a general swimming stage for a past several years, Seto won a bronze award in Rio final summer in a men’s 400m IM and looks to take on both that event, a 200m IM and a 200m moth in Budapest.

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A post common by Daiya Seto (@daiya_seto) on May 24, 2017 during 12:52am PDT

#2 – Michael Phelps Pairs with Golfer Jason Day for Charity

23-time Olympic bullion medalist Michael Phelps has been heavily concerned in his on-land ventures given timid after a 2016 Olympic Games, including swelling a universe about his Michael Phelps Foundation. Boomer’s father recently teamed adult with veteran golfer Jason Day to lift recognition for their dual particular gift organizations around a Golf.Give.Gala. during St. Charles Country Club in St. Charles, Illinois.

Of his idea to discharge drownings and all water-related tragedies by his Foundation, Phelps said,  “We’re losing approach too many kids. And now, being a father, it’s crazy and tough to consider how many remove their life in a pool. We’re perplexing to get as many people as we can to be assured and gentle in a water, and save as many lives as we can.”

The Aussie-born Day and his mother Ellie started their Brighter Days Foundation 6 years ago to quarrel misery by benefiting a Stowe Mission Center in a Columbus, Ohio area.

#3 – Eamon Sullivan Wife Are Expecting Baby Boy

Australian Olympian and once 50m and 100m freestyle universe record holder, Eamon Sullivan is awaiting a baby child with his new wife, Naomi. Married given Apr 2016, a integrate is awaiting their son to arrive in Jul and common an ultrasound print around Instagram. Since timid from rival swimming in 2014 essentially due to whinging shoulder and hip injuries, Sullivan followed his goals within a grill entrepreneurship realm. He owns Bib Tucker, May Street Larder and Louis Baxters food establishments in Perth, Australia.

 

 

Mouth open prepared for a follower already! Can’t wait for my small male to get here… yep carrying a child 👶🏻👌#minime #puppasullivan

A post common by Eamon Sullivan (@eamon_sullivan) on May 24, 2017 during 7:51pm PDT

#4 – Kyle Chalmers Dabbles In Football

We reported how 18-year-old Kyle Chalmers has cold from Budapest due to medicine for his SVT condition, relinquishing a event to double adult on a World Championships bullion award to go along with his 100m freestyle bullion from Rio. He and his manager cited several episodes of fast heart beats that led them to a preference to lift out of Worlds and take things easy, though not before Chalmers had a possibility to span adult with younger brother, Jackson, for some football.

Earlier this month, Chalmers assimilated Jackson’s Phantoms patrol to measure 5 goals over dual games to acquire group wins over rivals Edwardstown and Flinders Park. The son of former Port and Crows footballer Brett Chalmers, Kyle grew adult personification football in his hometown of Port Lincoln, though wound adult giving adult a competition to pursue his swimming career full-time. Flashback to 2015 when Chalmers was roughly forced to lift out of a World Championships in Kazan due to injuries. In his XVIII Australian Football League (AFL) diversion entrance for Immanuel College in Spring of 2015.

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