Lane 1 - Herald Sun posts "Harness racing utilises Stephanie Rice's star power for Inter Dominion."
Lane 2 - The Telegraph posts "My School Sport: Michael Jamieson. Britain's 2012 Olympic 200m breaststroke silver medallist used to admire the success of disgraced American cyclist Lance Armstrong."
Lane 3 - Newtalk 106-108 posts "The New Human Race…Despite not being disrobed of her four Olympic medals, swimmer Michelle de Bruin will never be free from the stigma of her competitive ban. Her tampered sample, although sufficient to end her career, was not enough to prove the presence of banned substances during Atlanta 1996. But what had once been a source of immense national pride has now become a tainted memory, airbrushed from the annals of Irish sporting history."
Lane 4 - PR Web posts "The Race Club Announces Open Enrollment for their Holiday Camp. From December 18th through January 4th, swimmers from all over can come to the Race Club to work on their technique."
Lane 5 - Go Swim posts "All Strokes - Partner Sculling. Building a feel for the water as well as team bonding, this drill is good for many reasons."
Lane 6 - Think Progress posts "Fox News On Swim Class For Muslim Girls: ‘Sharia Law Is Changing Everything’. Fox And Friends hit on another one of the network’s favorite topics this morning: the slow and steady creep of Sharia Law across the nation. This time, Sharia is rearing its head at America’s swimming pools, where America’s Muslim “minority is becoming the majority,” according to Fox’s Heather Nauert. The evidence is that one swimming pool in St. Paul, Minnesota is offering a swimming class to Somali-born girls who now live in the area, and to accommodate the participants’ Muslim beliefs, the pool is closed to men during the one-hour class."
Lane 1 - The Denver Post has "HBO delivers another dandy documentary…A lengthy report by 40-year-old Summer Sanders, a former Olympic swimmer, recalling the Boston Marathon last April 15. First came the joy of competing and the support of fans; then the disastrous bomb explosions. A tearful Sanders recalls how Boston banded together after the tragedy — punctuated by Neil Diamond performing "Sweet Caroline" during an emotional game at Fenway Park."
Lane 2 - Speedo posts "NEW S114 collections - Behind the scenes at the Speedo photoshoot."
Lane 3 - The Ranger posts "Olympians share tips, training with Lander swimmers at clinic. Sixth-grader Ryan Brinda counted down the days for a month before United States Olympic swimmers Misty Hyman and Karlee Bispo gave a clinic on Saturday morning at the Lander Community Pool. The wait for Brinda was worth it."
Lane 4 - The Independent posts "Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson reveals he had heart restarted on Wednesday."
Lane 5 - Yahoo posts "Merna, O'Hara set to make a Splash! Gemma Merna and Danielle O'Hara are rumoured to have signed up for the second series of Splash! Hollyoaks actress Gemma, best known for playing Carmel Valentine in the Channel 4 soap, and model-turned-Wag Danielle could be showing off their diving skills in the next season of the ITV show, reported the Daily Mirror. Olympic medal-winning swimmer Tom Daley is expected to reprise his mentor role to the celebrities, while it is not yet known if Jo Brand, Leon Taylor and Andy Banks will return to the judging panel."
Lane 6 - The Denver Channel posts "Olympic swimmer Missy Franklin serves homeless at Samaritan House on Thanksgiving. Olympic gold medal swimmer Missy Franklin was among the volunteers who served Thanksgiving lunch at the Samaritan House homeless shelter Thursday."
Lane 7 - Tom Daley posts "Tom Daley: Something I want to say... This has been a hard decision to make, but I wanted you to hear this from me."
Manchester Evening News posts " Amaechi supports 'LGBT role model' Tom Daley. Ex-NBA star John Amaechi has praised Tom Daley for coming out as being in a gay relationship, saying that he is an important role model for the LGBT community."
Lane 8 - News Fix posts "Exercises for Arthritis: Swimming. Exercise is important for everyone but when you have arthritis, it’s essential. That’s easier said than done when your joints and muscles feel as if they’re filled with broken glass. One exercise that is virtually pain-free is swimming…and with the variety of water exercises, swimming means more than just doing laps!"