Lane 1 - Notre Dame posts "Training Where the Air Is Rare. Irish Swimmers took advantage of high altitude training, traveling to Colorado Springs, Colo. over fall break."
Lane 2 - The Race Club posts "Swimisodes - Yoga for Swimmers - Shoulders. The Race Club has been practicing yoga for swimmers during dryland training for years. Yoga can significantly increase core strength and flexibility while lengthening muscles, creating a more streamlined physique in swimming. In this intense 20 minute Vinyasa flow yoga practice, you will find yourself mimicking body rotation in freestyle and backstroke by stacking the shoulders, strengthening core muscles that will improve your ability to make faster turns and improve your breathing capabilities that will surely make you a stronger swimmer."
Lane 3 - Times Live posts "Le Clos crowned world's best. Olympic gold medallist Chad Le Clos received swimming's highest honour on Monday after he was crowned the world's best for 2014 by the International Swimming Federation (Fina)."
Lane 4 - Gulf Times posts "FINA launches ‘Swimming for all – Swimming for Life’ at Doha Convention. FINA’s ambitious project aims to teach children how to swim and to promote physical activity through swimming and will offer standard criteria to teach swimming across the globe."
Lane 5 - SportsMole posts "British Swimming's Bill Furniss: 'We can't waste opportunity in Doha'. British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss believes that this week's FINA World Championships in Doha provide the athletes with a good opportunity to prepare for next year's competitions."
Lane 6 - The West Australian posts "Swimming's best will make splash in Perth. Cate Campbell and James Magnussen will headline a full-strength Australian team in Perth's biggest swimming meeting in more than 15 years."
Lane 7 - Arena Water Instinct posts "Lotte Friis shows us her arena. World 1500m Silver Medalist and European Record Holder, Lotte Friis shares her number one swim tip with us."
Lane 8 - Australian Olympic Committee posts "Swimming Fed Approves Mixed Gender Synchronised Swimming, Diving. The International Swimming Federation, or FINA, approved of mixed gender synchronised swimming at the federation’s extraordinary congress in Doha on Nov. 29, according to an official statement. Mixed duet will now be introduced in both technical swim and free swim events."
Lane 1 - Global Post has "FINA Swimming Coaches Golden Clinic opens in Doha. More than 200 coaches listened intently as some of the world's leading coaches expounded their theories and unveiled their techniques and training programs."
Lane 2 - Arena Water Instinct posts "Adam Peaty shows us his arena. World Record Holder (50m Breaststroke), Adam Peaty shows us his arena. Thanks for the swim tip by the way Adam!"
Lane 3 - WA Today posts "Bali bravery earns son of Neil Brooks special medal. Levi Brooks, the six-year-old son of Olympic gold medal swimmer Neil Brooks, is to be awarded a Royal Life Saving Bravery Award. Levi, who turned six in September, was just five years old in July when he saved another little boy from drowning in Bali."
Lane 4 - Arena Water Instinct posts "Luca Dotto takes us around his arena. World 50m Freestyle Silver Medalist, Luca Dotto takes us around his arena!"
Lane 5 - Mirror posts "Rebecca Adlington is pregnant - and she wants to have a WATER BIRTH!"
Lane 6 - Welwyn Hatfield Times posts "Great Britain Olympic swimmer Adam Brown retires. Brown, who now lives in America with his wife and baby daughter, revealed his decision via Twitter. He said: “I’m pleased to announce that I will be retiring from competitive swimming after the US Winter Nationals this weekend."
Lane 7 - Sunrise on 7 posts "Swim safely this summer. Laurie Lawrence goes through the five rules for safe swimming as Summer begins."
Lane 8 - 9 MSN posts "Eric 'The Eel' Moussambani still dreams of Olympic glory. It's been almost 12 years since Moussambani appeared on the world stage having last competed at the World Championships in Japan in 2002. He hopes to have one last shot in Rio in 2016 before he retires for good."
Lane 1 - The Washington Post has "Smiling, post-rehab Michael Phelps hangs with old flame. A smiling, bearded Michael Phelps posted a picture on Instagram on Thanksgiving, breaking months of social-media radio silence that began when he entered rehab following a Sept. 30 drunk-driving arrest."
Lane 2 - Arena Water Instinct posts "Chad Le Clos takes us around his arena. Olympic 200m Butterfly Champion, Chad le Clos takes us around his arena, as well as offering you his number one swim tip!"
Lane 3 - Stuff posts "Swimming star Lauren Boyle's Olympic bid in disarray. Elite sport bosses have spent six months trying - and failing - to find a coach for world and Commonwealth swimming champion Lauren Boyle, and admit an Olympic medal could be at stake. With just over 18 months to the Rio Games, the Sunday Star-Times can reveal that High Performance Sport New Zealand has known since May about an amicable split between Boyle and Englishman David Lyles, the Swimming New Zealand head coach appointed last year."
Lane 4 - Daily Mail posts "The night Olympic swimmer Dawn Fraser threatened to kill her abusive husband with a smashed baby bottle after he came home drunk from the pub."
Watch fun behind the scenes footage of Olympic 200m Butterfly Champion, Chad le Clos, as he promotes his 'unbelievable' new surf collection designed by arena. This beautiful photoshoot took place at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai!