Lane 1 - ESPN posts "USA Swimming to award prize money. The top three finishers in individual Olympic-distance swimming events at the Grand Prix Series will receive prize money. USA Swimming said Monday that new sponsor Arena is putting up $150,000 for the six-meet series. In each event, winners will receive $500, second-place finishers will earn $300 and third-place will be worth $100. Swimmers with remaining NCAA eligibility won't be able to accept prize money. Previously, the overall points leader throughout the series received $20,000."
Lane 2 - US Masters Swimming posts via youtube "USMS - Some days it's not all about the competition."
Lane 3 - This is Gloucestershire posts "Sharron's secret to looking great at 50. Last year was an amazing year for former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies. Not only did she commentate on every exciting event at the Aquatics Centre as part of the 2012 Olympics coverage during the summer of sport, but she also turned 50 at the end of the year. As well as presenting for the BBC, Sharron was also an ambassador for the British Olympic Association. "Last year was a fantastic year to be British and a particularly good year to be a British sportsperson," she says. "Having been involved with the Olympics for eight years, and the whole build up, it was wonderful to see it all coming together so well."
Lane 4 - Slenderton posts via youtube "Slendertone System Ab belt commercial with Janet Evans 2012. Slendertone System Ab belt commercial 2012 with Janet Evans (Olympic Swimmer & Gold Medalist) and Tony Catanzaro (Personal Trainer & Nutritionist) - 30 seconds."
Lane 5 - County10 posts "Olympians Building Olympians: Lezak and Vandenberg share swimming enthusiasm in Lander. Now they can add Lander Swim Pool to their growing list. Their names: Jason Lezak and Kim Vandenberg of Irvine and Moraga, Calif., respectively. Vandenberg, a graduate of UCLA is an Olympic medalist in several relays and events. Lezak, a UC Santa Barbra graduate is famous for his unbelievable swim on the 4×100 meter freestyle in Beijing in 2008. At the clinic Kim shared her story filled with struggles and successes on her journey to become an Olympic athlete as the 68 anxious swimmers rushed to the pool. They spent a few hours working on drills and instructing the participants on how to improve their strokes. Lunchtime came around and it was Lezak’s turn to speak. He climbed upon the diving board to tell his tale and how he arrived to where he is today."
Lane 6 - SBS posts "Magnussen primed for pool return. James Magnussen's coach says his star charge, steeled by his London Olympic swim debacle, is ready to perform against China and South Africa in Perth. Magnussen's coach Brant Best said on Monday his star charge looked forward to racing for his country again before home crowds at next week's inaugural Aquatic Super Series in Perth after moving on from the London Games fallout. World 100m freestyle champion Magnussen spearheads a 30-strong Australian squad to take on China and South Africa in the $500,000 two-day team competition from January 18."
Lane 7 - enews posts via youtube "Ryan Lochte Scores His Own Show on E! The Olympic winning swimmer gets a new reality series called "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" Listen in."
Lane 8 - CNBC posts "Taco Bell Responds to Teen's Request for a Custom Speedo."