Lane 1 - Sports Grid posts "It’s The Offseason, So Ndamukong Suh Is Saving Lives. Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is prone to exposing quarterbacks to potential danger. But back to Anderson: he was practicing his dives last week when a bout of acute not-in-shapeness swallowed him whole. Unable to pull himself up on the poolside ladder, Anderson kept falling back into the water “again and again.” Then our heroes, Ndamukong Suh and former Olympic diver Greg Louganis, got to work."
Lane 2 - The Australian posts " Celebrity Apprentice stars face off. A FEISTY mix of the old and the 'who' are set to face the starter's gun in a new series of Celebrity Apprentice, which launches head long into its first charity challenge this week. Tough-talking track star John Steffensen, outspoken Olympic legend Dawn Fraser and boxing champion Jeff Fenech are set to add muscle to the Channel 9 reality hit, heavily stacked with the network's tie-in talent. New Today reporter Stephanie Rice, The Voice diva Prinnie Stevens and Big Brother runner-up Layla Subritzky will join Dancing With The Stars export Kym Johnson, as well as PR supremos Roxy Jacenko and Prue MacSween in rounding out the female contenders, while actor Rob Mills, TV host Peter Everett and comic Peter Berner will compete alongside ageing rocker Brian Mannix and former AFL hall-of-famer Dermott Brereton."
Lane 3 - ESPN posts "Li Zhesi banned 2 years for doping. Swimming's governing body says former world record-holder Li Zhesi of China is serving a two-year doping ban after testing positive for EPO. FINA says Li and her coach, who was not identified, have been banned for doping violations by the China Swimming Federation. Dates of the suspension were not published. Li's positive test for the banned blood-booster in a March 2012 out-of-competition test was revealed weeks before the London Olympics opened last July."
Lane 4 - Pink News posts "Gay Games 2018 bid kicks off. he bid to host the 2018 Gay Games in London began with a reception in Westminster last night. Swim coach and London 2018 bid chairperson Alex Davis recalled the low numbers of openly gay athletes who participated in the Olympics, and said that the games would “change and shape the attitudes towards LGBT people” in countries where sexuality and gender are still matters for criminal law."