Lane 1 - China Daily posts "WADA not to appeal against Sun Yang's doping ban."
Lane 2 - TYR Sport posts "TYR Avictor Launch Party 2014. Behind the Scenes at the TYR Avictor Launch Party featuring live athlete interviews and testimonials. On Wednesday November 5th, 2014 at the TYR world headquarters in Seal Beach, CA - TYR launched the most innovative swim technical suit on the market today in front of the industry's top dealers and influencers. Take an inside look now!"
Lane 3 - The West Australian posts "Sullivan plans two NYE parties. amon Sullivan is planning the party to end all parties to close the doors on what has been quite an incredible year for the former Olympian."
Lane 4 - The Australian posts "Swim team to lead Rio Olympic revival. AUSTRALIA is gaining on perennial rival Britain and in an increasingly strong position to push for a place in the top five on the medal tally at the Rio Olympics, according to the Australian Olympic Committee’s tracking of international results this year."
Lane 5 - Speedo UK posts "Dan Bullock: Open water body position. Swim for Tri coach Dan Bullock gives you open water and triathlon tips for body position in the water."
Lane 6 - Long Beach Post has "Temporary Belmont Pool Receives American Public Works Association Project of the Year Award." Long Beach Post has "Last Remnants of the Old Belmont Pool Come Crashing Down. Goodbye, dear pool; we thousands who learned how to swim in your waters, and the countless outstanding athletes who swam through heart-wrenching losses and sweet victories between your once strong-standing walls, won't soon forget you."
Lane 1 - USA Swimming posts "NATALIE COUGHLIN: LOVING IT MORE THAN EVER. After Trials and London weren’t as successful as I thought, I didn’t think I wanted to go beyond that time, but I also didn’t want to end my career like that,” Coughlin said. “Instead, I decided to make some changes in my life and rededicate myself to swimming."
Lane 2 - Speedo UK posts "Dan Bullock: Splitting training sessions for triathletes. Swim for Tri coach, Dan Bullock, explains how to split your swimming sessions up."
Lane 3 - Sportal posts "Lochte looks to maintain short-course dominance in Doha. As well as the team relays, the 30-year-old won three individual golds in Istanbul in the 100m and 200m individual medleys, as well as the 100 metres breaststroke. Lochte is not the only big name on show in Qatar, with Daniel Gyurta looking to defend his 200m breaststroke title, and Chad le Clos out to maintain his dominance in the butterfly."
Lane 4 - The Guardian posts "Chinese swimmer Sun Yang barred from training in Australia after drug ban. Olympic champion ‘no longer welcome’ in Australian pools. Sun had trained at Gold Coast pool under local coach."
Lane 5 - Super Sport posts "2018 World Champs set for China. The Chinese city of Hangzhou will host the 2018 short-course World Swimming Championships, world governing body Fina confirmed on Tuesday."
Lane 6 - Ipswich Star posts "Former world swimming champion Karen Pickering gives birth to twin girls. Former Olympic swimmer Karen Pickering has given birth to twin girls. The 42-year-old from Ipswich wrote on Twitter: “Our 2 little girls have arrived safe & sound this morning weighing 4lb9 & 5lb4. Can’t begin to describe how I feel, my life’s changed forever.”
Lane 7 - FINA posts "3rd FINA World Aquatics Convention, Doha (QAT). Cornel Marculescu, FINA Executive Director: 'Looking to the next Convention'. In future FINA World Aquatics Conventions, FINA Executive Director, Cornel Marculescu, hopes to see an increasing connection between National Federations and the business world around Aquatics, especially with the advancements in technology."
Lane 8 - Active posts "Improve Your Swim With Bilateral Breathing. When it comes to triathlon training, it's easy to get preoccupied with cardiovascular and muscular strength and forget about technical skills. Strength is important, but poor technique can hinder performance and even lead to injuries. For example, being able to breathe on only one side while swimming can limit an athlete in a number of ways."