Lane 1 - Washington Blade posts "Wetskins water polo team stay busy. Washington is home to the longest continuously operating LGBT water polo team in the United States. Founded in 1985, the Washington Wetskins have represented the D.C. area in numerous national and international competitions."
Lane 2 - Arena Nation posts via youtube "Voeux 2013 d'Arena. Arena vous souhaite à tous de bonnes fêtes de fin d'année!"
Lane 3 - NewsOne posts "From Almost Drowning To Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist, Cullen Jones Is Most-Inspiring Story Winner."
Lane 4 - Swagger posts "Sexiest Sports Moments of 2012. 17. Chloe Sutton: Swimming. She didn't medal. She didn't win. She didn't place in any race in London. But Chloe Sutton was still a sexy moment this year for one reason: being the sexiest US swimmer at the US Olympic trials this summer. She headed to London but failed to win anything. That's OK, we still love her."
Lane 5 - Charlotte Observer posts "Berens back home – as visitor. Ricky Berens depends on his body to make a living. But the reality of professional swimming, especially post Olympics, means Berens still turns to a less-than-ideal college standby to refuel. “I’m a professional swimmer, but I put that in quotations because we get by on Ramen noodles and hot dogs,” he said, referring to the lack of riches for all but a few swimming stars."
Lane 6 - Long Beach Post "Swimmer Jessica Hardy Brings Long Beach Another Gold. Jessica Hardy, not far off from her Olympic gold medals this past summer, has scored yet another gold for Long Beach's aquatics cred with the U.S. women team's 400 meter freestyle at the 2012 FINA Swimming World Championships, held in Instanbul this past weekend."
Lane 7 - BG Swimming posts via youtube "Ask Duncan - Episode 2. In the second episode of Ask Duncan, British Gas Swimming's social community put their questions to Olympic gold medalist and British Gas ambassador, Duncan Goodhew."
Lane 8 - The Imperial Republican posts "Olympian visits Wallin in hospital. Makenna Wallin, 15, of Imperial received a surprise visitor during her first week in Children’s Hospital Colorado for treatment of AML, or Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin popped in on Makenna and 11 other children, making jokes, talking about musicians like Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber, and encouraging them on their path to healing."