Lane 1 - USA Swimming posts "20 QUESTION EXTRA: KATIE LEDECKY."
Lane 2 - OC Varsity posts "Newport Harbor coach Peirsol is hitting right marks."
Lane 3 - CNN posts "Want Team USA to win gold? Buy 'em a pair of shoes." Meanwhile USA Today posts "Olympic athletes Natalie Coughlin, John Orozco make pitch for campaign."
Lane 4 - Sporting News posts "Arizona State hires Michael Phelps' swim coach. Arizona State announced Friday the hiring of Bob Bowman as the school's new swim coach. While Bowman is a six-time USA Swimming Coach of the Year award winner, he is better known to many for his role as Phelps' coach."
Lane 5 - CCTV posts "South Africa's Olympic stars Chad & Cameron qualify for 2015 Swimming world championships."
Lane 6 - Queerty posts "Gay Water Polo Club, Toronto Triggerfish, Pay Tribute To Baywatch & Tight Speedos."
Lane 1 - sport24 posts "Roland Schoeman on how to improve swimming in SA. Multiple Olympic and World Championship participant, medal winner and record holder, Roland Schoeman, details what needs to be done to improve swimming in SA."
Lane 3 - My San Antonio posts "U.S. Masters meet opens Thursday at Northside Swim Center. A new era in athletics in San Antonio will dawn on Thursday with opening day of the four-day, Nationwide U.S. Masters meet at the Northside Swim Center."
Lane 4 - The News Tribe posts "100 Years Old Japanese Woman Made World Record! After a Japanese woman suffered a knee injury, she became a competitive swimmer – at age 88. Nearing the age of 101 has not slowed down one Japanese woman. In fact, in the swimming pool — she is only getting faster."
Lane 5 - San Antonio Express-News posts "Swimming clinician Davis still breathes competitive fire. In his prime, Josh Davis would stand on the starting platform and adjust his goggles, knowing that few freestyle swimmers in the world could beat him in the 200 meters. Now 42, he admits he’ll never set any more personal records."
Lane 6 - Manchester Evening News posts "Olympic ace Keri-Anne Payne is back and has set her sights on Rio 2016 Games."
Lane 1 - CBS Baltimore posts "Rowdy Gaines On The Performance Of Michael Phelps Over The Weekend. Rowdy started off by talking about how he would grade Phelp’s performance in the pool over the weekend saying “well if I’m scaling it on a one to ten basis I give it a solid 8…he looked more comfortable in the water, everything last year was kind of a zoo.”
Lane 2 - Aqua Sphere Swim posts "MP Michael Phelps - XPRESSO Tech Suit. The XPRESSO competition tech suit is engineered with Aqua Sphere’s exclusive Exo-Core technology – a combination of Exo Foil and Aqua Core technologies, each having their own unique properties. The combination of these two fabrics delivers a new, higher level of performance."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts "French Swimming Federation official refutes Amaury Leveaux’s claim. A French Swimming Federation official denied the French swim team used cocaine, a claim made by Olympic champion Amaury Leveaux in an autobiography."
Lane 4 - Global Post has "Park Tae-wan's doc pleads not guilty to negligence. Swimmer Park Tae-hwan's doctor Tuesday pleaded not guilty to misleading him about an injection of a banned substance that stripped him of his Asian Games medals last year."
Lane 5 - WDRB posts "Local students receive lessons on swimming and life from Olympic swimmers. "Teaching them how to float is one of the most fun parts because you can see the a-ha moment when it clicks and they're sitting by themselves."
Lane 6 - NZ Herald posts "What is the swimming lane etiquette when using a public pool? - Water Woes, Wellington."
Lane 7 - The Longest Swim posts "Dr. Levine and NASA remote guidance echo to monitor Ben's heart during his swim."
Lane 8 - ContraCostaTimes posts "41st annual Long Beach Grand Prix another hit with fans, racers. Olympic swimmer Dara Torres, actor Mekhi Phifer and the race’s unofficial mayor Rutledge Wood, NBC’s resident race analyst, were part of the celebrity field and, of course, defending champion, actor Brett Davern, was back."
Lane 1 - Amarillo Globe-News posts "Paralyzed ex-Olympic swimmer says she's thrilled to help others. Even now, 10 months since she severed her spine in an ATV crash, Van Dyken-Rouen has those moments when reality becomes a little too much to bear."
Lane 2 - Swimming World posts "Michael Phelps signs autographs at Arena Pro Swim Series."
Lane 3 - SF Gate posts "Phelps Relishes Fresh Start, “A lot in the past, I pushed away the people who really loved and cared about me,” Phelps said. “I know I’ve hurt a lot of people. It’s been terrible.”
Lane 4 - BBC posts "British Swimming Championships: Miley earns Worlds place. annah Miley secured a World Championship place with a win in the 400m individual medley final at the British Championships in London."
Lane 5 - Daily Journal posts "Olympian Claire Donahue in search of new training site after W. Kentucky suspends swim teams. Olympian Claire Donahue is in search of a new place to train barely a year before the Rio Games after her coach lost his job at Western Kentucky when the school."
Lane 6 - China Daily posts "Sun Yang aim to defend worlds titles in Kazan. "I hope I can defend my world titles in Kazan," said Sun, who served out a three-month doping ban last year. "The 400m free will be the first event I take part in at Kazan, and I hope it will be a good start."
Lane 7 - Bondi Rescue posts "It's Christmas Day at Bondi Beach | Bondi Rescue S10."
Lane 8 - USA Today posts "Natalie Coughlin will use past as prologue for 2016 Olympics. Natalie Coughlin wasn't happy with her performance at the London Olympics. Or with her 2012 season in general. So when that dreadful year finally came to a close, she made some changes. She switched coaches — from Cal's women's swimming coach, Teri McKeever, her coach of 12 years, to Dave Durden, Cal's men's coach."