Lane 1 - WUSA posts (w/video) "Olympic Swim Team Suits Made in Portugal Are Printed In Chantilly, Virginia By Bob York's Aardvark Swim And Sport. Bob York, owner of Aardvark Swim and Sport, has been printing the logos on the USA Olympic swim team's suits since 1988. His connections to Speedo led the company to ask him to be their printer. And he's never failed the USA Swim Team in delivering the suits, even when he'd receive them so late from Speedo, he and his staff would have to print through the night and rush to get them on a plane."
Lane 2 - News OK posts "Swimmer Missy Franklin enjoying all of first Olympic camp. Missy Franklin is so excited about everything that comes with being an Olympian she was even thrilled to have her blood drawn. The 17-year-old is at her first training camp as an Olympian, and the only drawback for the teen swimming in seven events at the London Games is being separated from her parents. That made Thursday a special day when her father, Dick, arrived in time for dinner and a trip to the movies to watch “Finding Nemo."
Lane 3 - HLN posts "Eric Shanteau beats cancer, eyes Olympic gold. On Thursday, HLN's Graham Winch spoke with swimmer Eric Shanteau about training for his second trip to the Olympic Games."
Lane 4 - The OC Register posts "Salo will put his mark on another Olympics. Dave Salo loves the sprints in swimming. The USC coach also can cover plenty of territory quickly in conversation. One name, however, recently slowed him to a longing and tender pace. During a break at the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials, the mention of one of his mentors, Peter Daland, generated a heart-felt response from the world-class coach from Lake Forest."
Lane 5 - US Weekly posts "Olympic Swimmer Brendan Hansen Is Expecting a Baby!"
Lane 6 - hollandsentinel.com posts "Rebecca Soni quietly aims for more gold in breaststroke in London. Rebecca Soni looks like the girl next door. But behind the big eyes and dimples is a fierce competitor whose accomplishments have fallen under the radar. As Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte dominate the headlines in men’s swimming, the women’s sport has been bombarded by comeback stories of Dara Torres, Janet Evans and Amanda Beard."
Lane 7 - Mercury News posts "U.S.'s Cullen Jones tries to save lives through swimming. Swimmer Cullen Jones didn't expect to enter the Summer Olympics as America's premier sprinter. But he outdid Cal speed demons Nathan Adrian and Anthony Ervin to carry that mantle to London. Jones, 28, qualified at the trials two weeks ago to swim the 100-meters and 50-meters freestyle races at the Aquatics Centre. Adrian will join him in the 100 freestyle, Ervin in the 50. "I was an underdog," he said Friday. "I don't take it lightly."
Lane 8 - The Star posts "Toronto distance swimmer Shirley Campbell gets back trophy. Former champion long-distance swimmer Shirley Campbell, who lives in Maple, Ont., has finally been united with the upper part of a trophy she donated to Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in the 1980s. She won the trophy six decades ago, when she was 16, and before she plunged into a life of addictions and petty crime. She got back the base of the trophy, from the Egyptian Federation for Long Distance Swimming, last year."