Busy day so all I got is a sprint...
Lane 1 - KCAU posts (w/vidoe) "Olympic Swimmers Make A Stop in Siouxland to Teach Clinic. In part of the "Fitter and Faster" swim tour presented by SwimOutlet.com, a clinic at North High School was held to teach young swimmers all kinds of skills and drills to help them improve. Olympic swimmers Kara Lynn Joyce and Jimmy Feigen were the clinic instructors."
Lane 2 - Herald Sun posts "Swimming Australia head coach Leigh Nugent axed following Australia's disastrous campaign at the London Olympics. Faced with serious allegations he ignored complaints members of the men's 4x100m freestyle team had harassed female swimmers, The Daily Telegraph understands Nugent's dismissal will be announced either today or tomorrow."
Lane 3 - Trinidad and Tobago Newsday posts "Bovell challenging for First Citizens Award. THE FIRST Citizens Sports Foundation, under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, will host its Annual Sports Awards on March 22 at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s. Swimmer George Bovell III is among the nominees who will be vying for the titles of 2012 Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards."
Lane 4 - The Telegraph posts "Is Seven's new show a Celebrty Splash or a bomb? EVEN before the first contestant has jumped, Channel 7's reality series Celebrity Splash has already taken a dive with the critics, after confirming stars best described as the shallow end of the talent pool. With little to lose, those ready to take the plunge in arguably the car crash television event of the year include socialite Brynne Edelsten, former cricketer Andrew Symonds, track diva Tamsyn Lewis, comic Josh Thomas, retired swimmer Leisel Jones, big-wave surfer Koby Abberton, soap starlet Demi Harman, TV veteran Denise Drysdale, Melbourne radio host Adam Richards, AFL identity Andrew Welsh, TV presenter Laura Csortan, pageant queen Renae Ayris, actor Paul Fenech and male model Nick Bracks."