Lane 1 - P&G posts via youtube "Raising an Olympian - Keri-Anne Payne. As the Proud Sponsor of Mums, P&G presents this series about the mum behind the Olympic athlete. Keri-Anne Payne's story is brought to you by Max Factor and Oral B."
Lane 2 - Belfast Telegraph posts "Sharron Davies: I'm almost 50, but I still feel like a winner. Former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies talks to Diana Pilkington about getting older, boob jobs, being a single mum and her excitement as the Games draw closer."
Lane 3 - Subway posts via youtube "Avocado Training Routine. Avocado is a go at SUBWAY(R), so kick start your training routine today. Which sub will you add Avocado to?"
Lane 4 - "Ryan Seacrest interviews Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps in Colorado Springs. Phelps talks about his preperation for the 2012 Olympics and why this year will be his last time competing in the Olympic games." via youtube
Lane 5 - Washington Blade posts "Triumph and glory. he District of Columbia Aquatics Club (DCAC) swimmers are just returning from the International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics World Championships in Reykjavik, Iceland. The event was held from May 30-June 4 and the club brought home multiple gold medals along with a second place finish in the team category. Next up for the Aquatics Club will be hosting the 21st annual Swim for Life on July 14. The event is a fundraiser for HIV/AIDS nonprofits as well as local watershed organizations. Swimmers will compete in races of varying distances beginning and ending at Rolph’s Wharf on the Chester River. This is also a great opportunity for anyone training for a triathlon. Details on the event are at swimdcac.org."
Lane 6 - MarketWatch posts "ANSYS Software Critical to Developing Speedo's Fastskin Racing System. Virtual prototyping reduces the need for real-world testing. Competitive swimmers this summer can streamline performance thanks to Speedo's® revolutionary Fastskin Racing System®, which was designed using engineering simulation software from ANSYS When worn together as a complete system, a Fastskin suit, cap and goggle can reduce full-body passive drag by up to 16.6 percent, improve oxygen economy by up to 11 percent (enabling the athlete to swim stronger for longer), and reduce active body drag by up to 5.2 percent."
Lane 7 - Reuters posts "Water safety campaign breathes life into Jones. Jones now juggles his training with a campaign to lower the disproportionately high drowning rate among African-Americans and stressed the importance of teaching children how to swim. "In 2008 the drowning rate for African-Americans in the United States was three times more likely than any other rate," Jones told Reuters via telephone after one of his training sessions at the gym."
Lane 8 - IDIOT SWIMMER OF THE DAY - The Boot posts "Jason Aldean, Beach Fine: Singer Tweets 'Gimme a Break!' After $100 Swimming Violation. Michael Loccisano, An annoyed Jason Aldean took to Twitter yesterday (June 11) after he was fined for swimming in supposedly dangerous conditions, Contact Music reports. "Dear officer who gave me a ticket on the beach today for swimming in the water with double red flags.. Thanx for the warning Barney Fife!" Jason tweeted. "I know he was doin his job, but im pretty sure i wouldnt drown in knee deep water. Gimme a break!"