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Monday's Swim Report - The Swim Life & Other Swim Bits

Lane 1 - The News posts "Doctor charged in Park doping case. South Korean prosecutors announced on Friday charges against a doctor for giving Olympic swim star Park Tae-Hwan an injection without disclosing it contained the banned steroid testosterone."

Lane 2 - UC Berkeley posts "Champion swimmer Missy Franklin on life at Berkeley, her future as a pro. “I wanted to go somewhere where I felt challenged,” she told NewsCenter videographers Roxanne Makasdjian and Phil Ebiner in a new video that showcases her swimming and her reflections on campus life."

Lane 3 - USA Today posts "Michael Phelps expected to return to competition in April. Olympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps aims to return to competition at the Arena Pro Swim Series event in Mesa, Ariz., from April 15-18, his coach confirmed in a text message to USA TODAY Sports. Phelps first mentioned the return date in Munich this week."

Lane 4 - Stratford Observer posts "Olympic star Rebecca Adlington urges Stratfordians to get swimming. DIVE in and take advantage of the swimming facilities Stratford has to offer. That was the message from two-time Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington when she visited the town's leisure centre earlier this week. The Bridgefoot centre is currently undergoing a £5 million refurbishment and as part of that, the main swimming pool is currently closed off to the public. But a temporary pool - provided as part of the British Gas Pools4Schools programme - has been set up."


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