Lane 1 - CCTV posts "Olympic champion swimmer Sun Yang: Keep fighting is never easy. Triple Olympic champion Sun Yang insisted that he would try his best to compete at 2020 Olympic Games, but the 25-year-old freestyle specialist did hesitate about quitting the pool after last year's Rio Olympics."
Lane 2 - Olympic posts (w/video) "Alzain Tareq Olympic Swimming Dream Drives Bahrain Schoolgirl | Generation Rise. Alzain Tareq is just eleven years old but has her sights set on the Olympics and becoming Bahrain’s greatest ever swimmer."
Lane 3 - 23 ABC Bakersfield posts (w/video) "Michael Phelps in Bakersfield for Hoffmann Hospice. Olympic swimmer in Bakersfield for good cause."
Lane 4 - Sporting News posts "Olympic swimmer Dana Vollmer competes while 6-months pregnant. Dana Vollmer may be six months pregnant, but that didn’t stop her from competing in her meet this weekend."
Lane 5 - USA Today posts "6 reasons why adding mixed relays to Olympic swimming is a phenomenal idea."
Lane 6 - KSN posts (w/video) "Rio Olympics swimmer inspires Wichita swimmers. The Wichita Swim Club held its end of the year banquet at Wichita Country Club. Kevin Cordes, who won gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics, spoke to the young men and women."
Lane 7 - Walgreens posts (w/video) "Next Act: Dara Torres. From the pool to the home, Olympian and mom, Dara Torres, takes small steps to feel her best."
Lane 8 - News 4 Tuscon posts "Pee in swimming pools, hot tubs: Lab tests reveal the dirty truth."
Lane 1 - Today posts (w/video) "Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin: ‘My goal is to fall in love with the sport again’. At the 2012 London Olympics, swimmer Missy Franklin brought home five medals for the United States. But in her new book “Relentless Spirit: The Unconventional Raising of a Champion,” she admits it has been a challenging journey. Her mom, joining Franklin on TODAY, says: “What we did was just be there and listen and let Missy lead the way.”
Lane 2 - CBC posts "Vietnamese swimming star's DQ erases historic finish. Anh Vien Nguyen originally finished second to Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu."
Lane 3 - The Australian posts "Sydney suffers brain drain of world-class swimming coaches. Will the last internationally recognised swimming coach to leave Sydney please turn out the lights? That will be Brant Best, the man who guided James Magnussen to two world 100m freestyle titles and an Olympic silver medal, who has confirmed he is moving back to Queensland after losing his job at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre."
Lane 4 - Active posts "Freestyle Basics: The 3 Phases of the Pull. On average, the pull attributes up to 90 percent of total propulsion in freestyle. Breaking down the pull into three phases will help you better understand the transfer of power from overhead to the back of the stroke."
Lane 1 - The State Press posts "Misty Hyman's analytical approach revolutionizing ASU swimming. Senior Alysha Bush and freshman Claire Fisch are among those reaping the benefits."
Lane 2 - NYDN posts "Gold medal swimmer Missy Franklin fills in gap between her Olympic glory and Rio failure in ‘Relentless Spirit’. The book is written with her parents, D.A. and Dick Franklin, a doctor and a business consultant, whose love and support for their only daughter has been unrelenting throughout."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts "Michael Phelps, Katinka Hosszu win Swimmer of the Year; Katie Ledecky also honored. As Katie Ledecky‘s dominance has grown the last three years, the same woman has earned FINA’s Female Swimmer of the Year three straight times. That would be Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu. Michael Phelps and Hosszu were named this year’s Swimmer of the Year honorees on Sunday, the awards based largely on Rio Olympic performances."
Lane 4 - BBC posts "Ross Murdoch ready to 'move on' from Rio Olympics disappointment."
Lane 1 - Inside The Games posts "Russian swimmer Simonova's four-year doping ban halved by CAS, according to lawyer."
Lane 2 - WSJ posts "Manhattan Home With Indoor Swimming Pool Asks $36.8 Million. In New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, the extensively outfitted 17th Street townhouse was previously the studio of designer Karim Rashid."
Lane 3 - Sports Illustrated Kids posts "Stars Appear at Swimming's Golden Goggle Awards. Tall, muscular swimmers walked down a red carpet in New York City, posing for photos and speaking with reporters. The week of Thanksgiving, the best swimmers in the country — part of the winningest U.S. Olympic swim team in history — gathered for the Golden Goggles Awards and also to give back to their swimming community by raising money for the USA Swimming Foundation."
Lane 4 - USC News posts "In memoriam: Sammy Lee, 96, two-time Olympic gold medal diver. He was USC’s oldest surviving Olympian."
Lane 1 - Palmer College of Chiropractic posts "DR. KEVIN RINDAL: MY EXPERIENCE AS AN OLYMPIC TEAM CHIROPRACTOR. Kevin Rindal, D.C., CCSP®, Davenport ’06, served as the official chiropractor for the 40-member USA Swimming team at the recent Summer Olympics in Rio. “Earning the appointment as USA Swimming’s team-chiropractor at the Summer ’16 Olympics ranks as the greatest honor of my professional career, and it was an absolute privilege to serve our swimmers for over a month (during the training camps and the Olympic games) as a member of the medical support staff,” said Dr. Rindal, one of six chiropractors in his family, and the founder of InHealth Sports Injury and Performance in Seattle, where the practice team includes his brother, Curt Rindal, D.C., West ‘12."
Lane 2 - Morehouse College posts "OLYMPIC MEDALIST ENCOURAGES ALL STUDENTS TO LEARN HOW TO SWIM. More than 20 young swimmers waded in the water at the Archer Hall Swimming Pool this week to get lessons from an Olympiad. Olympic Medalist Maritza Correia, the first black woman to set an American record in swimming, took time to give individual tips to each child who signed up for the celebrity swim lesson at Morehouse College. She said part of her mission as an athlete is to share her love of swimming with children and others who may be fearful of getting in the water."
Lane 3 - NY Post has "Ryan Lochte turns down plea deal for lying about Rio ‘robbery’. Disgraced Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has turned down a plea deal with Brazilian prosecutors to drop criminal charges connected to his tall tale of a gunpoint robbery, according to a report."
Lane 4- Arena Water Instinct posts "Lap Swim for Beginners: Overcoming the Boredom of Repetition. It’s true that swimming doesn’t offer the distraction of changing scenery or the satisfaction of seeing a distant destination grow closer, but lap swim doesn’t have to be monotonous."
Lane 1 - East Bay Times posts "Oakland: Olympic gold medalist swimmer Missy Franklin will sign books in Montclair. Team USA swimmer and five-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin will visit A Great Good Place for Books in Montclair Village on Dec. 10 to launch her new book, “Relentless Spirit: The Unconventional Raising of a Champion.”
Lane 2 - Sport 24 posts "SA swimmer, water polo player banned. A South African swimmer and water polo player have been banned after failing drug tests. Swimmer Louisa de Jongh and water polo player Jabulani Sibiya have both been served with two-year bans by the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS)."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts (w/video) "Watch USA Swimming behind the scenes from Omaha to Rio. Check out a montage of the U.S. Olympic swim team’s preparations for the Rio Olympics, from its first gatherings after the Olympic Trials in Omaha to training camps and finally arrival in Brazil."
Lane 4 - NBC Sports posts "LA 2024 Olympic bid budget one-quarter the size of Tokyo 2020. The LA bid committee released the budget on Friday. The bid is about a quarter of Tokyo’s current ballooning budget for the 2020 Olympics."
Lane 1 - CTV posts "Olympian to entrepreneur: Phelps makes his next plunge. Michael Phelps wants to dive into Silicon Valley's investment opportunities as he tries to make the transition from Olympic swimming star and product pitchman to entrepreneur. "I would love to get involved, whether it's in a couple little startups here and there, take a little risk, have some fun and see where it goes," Phelps said in an interview during a recent visit to San Jose, California while appearing at an Intuit software conference."
Lane 2 - E! posts "Michael Phelps Gives His Son a Swim Lesson--and So Baby Boomer's Quest for Olympic Gold Begins."
Lane 3 - Fox Sports posts "Hungary's swim head resigns ahead of hosting 2017 worlds. The head of Hungary's swimming federation says he is resigning, less than a year before the country will host the 2017 world championships. Calls for the ouster of Tamas Gyarfas, who first became federation president in 1993, have been led by three-time Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu, who called him the ''most harmful factor'' for Hungarian swimming."
Lane 4 - Perth Now posts "Budgy smuggler creator, Peter Travis passes away aged 89. Peter Travis was the man who dived in at the deep end to create the swimming briefs favoured by Aussie beachgoers and Olympic swimmers for generations. Mr Travis, a Sydney ceramic artist, designer and teacher born in Manly, was working for Speedo in 1960 when his boss urged him to recreate the Hawaiian shorts, then popular overseas."
Lane 1 - NBC Sports posts "For Katie Ledecky, starting college means riding a bike. Katie Ledecky returned home from Rio and got on her bike. Stanford prohibits freshmen from having cars on campus. Ledecky, now a five-time Olympic champion, still doesn’t have a driver’s license anyway. So the college-bound swimmer took her three weeks between the Olympics and move-in to acquaint with life on land on two wheels."
Lane 2 - Excelle posts "Three-time Olympian Elizabeth Beisel joins USA Swimming Foundation’s Board of Directors."
Lane 3 - Yahoo posts "Sports star 'targeted' in growing South Korea scandal. Park Tae-Hwan is the latest figure to be caught up in an affair that could see President Park Geun-Hye impeached. The president is accused of colluding with her former confidante, Choi Soon-Sil, who allegedly leveraged her personal relationship with Park to coerce donations from big firms to two non-profit foundations which were then used for Choi's personal gain."
Lane 4 - Reuters posts "Hungary fears feuding swimmers may undermine Olympic chances. Hosszu accuses Gyarfas of running the sport in Hungary in an authoritarian and opaque manner. Gyarfas, who has headed the association with only a brief break since 1993, denies the accusations of mismanagement."
Lane 1 - ESPN W posts "A good rivalry brewing between Ledecky, Manuel. Ledecky has replaced Phelps as the most riveting figure in U.S. swimming. But as scintillating as her first three months at Stanford have been -- starting with the fact she set an NCAA or American record in every race she swam through Nov. 15 -- there was another woman sharing the red carpet with her at the Marriott Marquis hotel who was also impossible to ignore."
Lane 2 - Just Jared posts "Boomer Phelps Makes His Red Carpet Debut as Dad Michael Wins Swimmer of the Year!"
Lane 3 - Esquire posts "Here's Why Michael Phelps Secretly Married Before the Olympics. It was all very practical."
Lane 4 - Triathlete Europe posts "Swimmers Shoulder – A Common Injury, What Is It And How To Prevent It?"