Lane 1 - The Tampa Tribune posts "I Made It!: ‘You will need all the tools in your arsenal to beat cancer’. GOAL: Raise awareness for prevention and screenings to help in the fight against cancer. WHY I DID IT: I have been swimming since I was 12 years old and competitively swimming nationally and internationally for 75 years. As an avid competitive swimmer and founder and coach of the St. Petersburg-based U.S. Masters Swimming team, the Florida Mavericks, cancer was the furthest thing from my mind."
Lane 2 - Army posts "Swimmer Interview: Warrior Games Sgt Krisell Creager-Lumpkins."
Lane 3 - ESPN posts "Mag Minute: Ryan Lochte, Olympic swimmer. Former Florida Gator Ryan Lochte has won 11 Olympic medals (five gold) and sits behind only Michael Phelps with his seven individual medals in men's swimming. He is the world-record holder in the 100-, 200- and 400-meter individual medley events. Since becoming omnipresent in pop culture following the London Games, the 28-year-old has appeared on "30 Rock," expressed interest in "Dancing with the Stars" and become the star of the E! show "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" which debuted in April. He also plans to compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio Di Janeiro."
Lane 4 - Adelaide Now posts "Sports stars getting caught in the Twitter trap. IT'S costing Olympic gold medals, reputations, prestige and money but elite athletes cannot shake the allure of social media habits. Olympic gold medallist Rice was forced to deliver a teary media apology, lost sponsor Jaguar and took a hit to her brand after an uncharacteristic gay slur tweet directly after Australia humbled South Africa in a rugby clash in 2010. Australia's 100m backstroke favourite Emily Seebohm, 20, unwittingly prioritised a late-night twitter and facebook session over a gold medal shot of a lifetime. In the aftermath of a sub-par final swim that still clinched silver, Seebohm conceded a marathon social media session had drained her on race day."
Lane 5 - Discovery posts "Top 10 Beaches of 2013. Every year Professor Stephen P. Leatherman of Florida International University ranks America's 10 best beaches based on a list of 50 criteria. This year's top pick? Main Beach in East Hampton, N.Y., gets the nod. Three of the best, according to the good doctor, are in Hawaii. And the rest are on the East Coast."
Lane 6 - The Prince George Citizen posts "Olympian to coach camp. For Canadian Olympian and world silver medalist Gary Reed, it's important to show young athletes that it doesn't take superpowers to find success at the Olympics or world championship. "They want to know what it feels like to run in the Olympic Games," said Reed. "I think a lot of the times it helps when they understand that I'm just a human being - I'm just like them. I was just a young athlete like they were, struggling, training hard and trying to come up through the ranks."
Lane 7 - NBC 41 posts "Signs of a swimmer in trouble. With summer almost here and children out of school, the pools and lakes will likely get crowded. But while the water can be a fun place for kids, it can also be dangerous."
Lane 8 - NY Times posts "Chlorine, Swimming Pool Helper, Has a Checkered Past. With the unofficial start of summer on Monday, many people will get up close and personal with the element that carries 17 protons. I speak, of course, of chlorine."