US Magazine posts "Kendall Jenner, 16, Poses for Black Swan-Inspired Swimwear Ads. Kendall Jenner posed for the Australian swimwear brand White Sands' Spring/Summer 2012 ad campaign."
Lane 2 - Marketwatch posts "Iconic Olympic Swimmer and Mom Dara Torres Relies on Sleep Innovations for a Good Night's Sleep. REJUVENATION(™) Products Give Torres Increased Energy to Compete in her Biggest Competition in 2012. With her biggest competition of the year just months away, Sleep Innovations is helping 45-year-old Olympic swimmer Dara Torres get a better night's sleep with their line of REJUVENATION(TM) Memory Foam Sleep Products. Endorsed by Torres, the REJUVENATION(TM) Pillow and Mattress Topper help people sleep more deeply and wake up feeling relaxed and refreshed. "
Lane 3 - Boston.com posts "Panel to discuss boy swimmers on girls’ teams. MIAA expected to find options. The question of whether swimming opportunities should be expanded for high school boys - or cut back for both boys and girls - will be weighed by members of a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association panel tomorrow as they discuss what to do about the growing number of boys joining girls’ swim teams in fall competition."
The Canadian Press posts "Olympic Rings to Brand Canadian Swim Selections. The Olympic rings are coming to the Canadian swimming trials. Swimming Canada has struck a partnership with the Canadian Olympic Committee and the Canadian Paralympic Committee that will allow the organization to use Olympic branding at next month's trials for the London Summer Games. In the past, Olympic branding was not allowed due to rights issues."
Lane 5 - Reuters posts "Olympics-Canadian dumps real estate job for medal dreams. The lure of an Olympic medal after an agonising near-miss in Beijing four years ago convinced Canadian breaststroker Mike Brown to ditch a career in real estate and come out of retirement for the London Games. Brown hung up his goggles after placing fourth at the 2008 Olympics, where he missed out on a medal by .09 of a second, but after staying out of the water for 18 months he decided selling real estate was not enough to satiate his competitive appetite."
Lane 6 - Marketwatch posts "ConocoPhillips and USA Swimming Foundation Bring Olympic Gold Medalist Cullen Jones to Houston to Kick Off Water Safety Tour, Educate Kids About Learning to Swim. ust in time for spring break, ConocoPhillips and the USA Swimming Foundation will bring Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer, Cullen Jones, to Houston to raise awareness about the importance of learning to swim. The event, scheduled for March 7, marks the kickoff of the 2012 Make a Splash Tour with Cullen Jones presented by ConocoPhillips, a six-city national water safety tour designed to educate parents, kids and communities about the importance of learning to swim. "
Lane 7 - Go Swim reviews "FINIS Swimsense® Stroke Monitor. The Swimsense® (Powered by SportSense®) is a groundbreaking training tool, which captures critical performance data. The monitor straps onto the wrist like a watch and uses accelerometers, magnetometers and patent-pending proprietary algorithms to identify your swim. Analyze your performance on the device with interval times, pace times, distance (meters/yards/laps), stroke count, stroke rate, distance-per-stroke and calories burned across all four major strokes. Performance data can then be uploaded to the free FINIS? Swimsense? Training Log at Swimsense.com for additional analysis and historical review. The Swimsense? Performance Monitor provides a revolutionary degree of information, which is key to tracking and improving your swim performance." via youtube
Lane 8 - RTE posts "National Championships get underway. The Irish National Swimming Championships, which double up as Olympics trials, got under way today at the National Aquatic Centre (NAC) in Dublin, where the likes of Melanie Nocher and Sycericka McMahon are attempting to dip below the required A standard in their respective events."