Lane 1 - China View posts via youtube "Star swimmer reconciles with coach. Sports fans will be delighted to hear that it seems Olympic gold medalist Sun Yang and his long-term mentor have put aside their differences. The duo, who made headlines recently over what was called a 'make-or-break' dispute, returned to training on Monday."
Lane 2 - The Drum posts "Ryan Lochte feels the 'Office Burn' in new workout in the workplace video from Nissan. Nissan Innovator has brought 11-time Olympic medallist Ryan Lochte and performance coach and Men’s Health personality David Jack on board in order to bring the workout to the workplace with the Ryan Lochte Office Burn. Filmed at Nissan HQ in Franklin, Tennessee, the humorous video shows Lochte and Jack demonstrating several convenient and easy workplace workouts. Among the exercises are Conference Call Calisthenics, Coffee Curls, the Double-Booked Dash, Prairie Dog Plunges, tricep toning Bumper Blasters and Synergy Sit-Ups."
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Lane 3 - Yahoo Sports posts (w/video) "Michael Phelps gets frustrated during ‘Haney Project,’ tosses club down the fairway. The Olympic hero tossed his driver while playing in the Dunhill Links, and as Hank Haney put it, "that wasn't even a good attempt at being mad."
Lane 4 - The Guardian posts "Michael Jamieson targets 'medals every year' to add to Olympic silver. The British swimmer, who is preparing for this week's British Gas International in Leeds, talks about his future plans and the eight years of hard work that led up to London 2012." SportsPro posts "Olympic swimmer makes a splash with Speedo. British Olympic swimmer Michael Jamieson has become the latest ambassador for swimming equipment specialists Speedo. Jamieson, 24, will promote the brand and the sport of swimming across the UK in the lead up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in his hometown of Glasgow."
Lane 5 - BD Live posts "Australia’s swim scandal worries Olympic chief. Australia’s Olympic chief, John Coates, fears that the scandal surrounding the misbehaviour of the swimming team at last year’s London games could lead to parents being reluctant to let their children take part in sport. The reputation of Australian sport has taken a hammering in the past month after the release of a string of damaging reports, including one by the country’s leading criminal intelligence body, which said the use of drugs by athletes was widespread."
Lane 6 - Orange County Register posts "Surf brands branch out into fitness apparel O'Neill, Hurley and Roxy have entered the fitness clothing category with new lines. Olympic Swimmer Natalie Coughlin, brand ambassador of O'Neill 365 Activewear, wears the Rapid bra and the Gidget surf legging."
Lane 7 - St Kilda Football Club announce "Milk & Co. announced as the club’s ‘lifestyle partner’. The company, owned by Olympic swimmer and Saints fan Michael Klim will be involved as a club event supporting partner, displaying product and giving away product samples and numerous member events throughout the season. Klim will be at the Frankston Waterfront for this Sunday’s Family Day by the Bay where he will take part in a paddleboard race at 1.30pm against a St Kilda player who will be racing on behalf of the Family Day presenting and member partner Mortgage Choice. Milk & Co provides skincare for men, women and children as well as health products and clothing."
Lane 8 - The Malibu Times posts "Malibu local Greg Louganis to be inducted into hall of fame. Four-time Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis will be inducted into the California Sports Hall of Fame at a ceremony June 9. A Malibu local and California native, Louganis won gold medals at the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games in springboard and platform diving competitions."