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SwimSwam Film Fest: McGill Swim Team

I’m a swim film festival fan, and I love this short swimming video, McGill Swim Team, captured by Lane4Cinema. It’s from 2011, but, somehow, I missed it back then. It’s worth a look!

I am always on the lookout for great swim videos. If you have an interesting or beautiful swimming-related video and/or animated short,  please submit to Gold Medal Mel Stewart at swimswam to be featured. We appreciate all points of view on pools, lakes, rivers and oceans. Please include a little background on why you captured the video and the equipment you used (cameras, lens, editing software, etc.). Feel free to add your own story as well, 175 to 200 words works best.

From the producer of this video:

Make sure the HD button is blue to watch in hd

Shot on a Panasonic GH1 with the stock 14-140mm and:
50mm f1.7 Minolta MD Rokkor
28mm f2.8 and 100mm f2.8 Olympus Zuiko OMs

Lane4 is a small cinematography company located in Montreal, Quebec. Providing services to companies looking to expand in the form of promotional and marketing films aimed at customers, giving them a better idea of products and services of by companies.

Lane4 specializes in swimming and sports documentaries, as well as reality tv and live events.

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Mel Stewart, aka Gold Medal Mel, won three Olympic medals at the 1992 Olympic Games. As a writer/producer and sports columnist, Mel has contributed to Yahoo Sports, Universal Sports, and USA Swimming. Mel has also worked as an Olympic analyst for ABC, NBC, EPSN, FOX SPORTS and TBS. At SwimSwam.com, Mel hosts Gold Medal Minute presented by SwimOutlet.com, a weekly report featuring the world’s fastest swimmers and Olympic medalists. Read More »