Lane 1 - The Daily Telegraph posts (w/video) "Police investigate Grant Hackett's estranged wife Candice Alley . POLICE are investigating Candice Alley after the estranged wife of Olympic swimmer Grant Hackett was allegedly caught on closed circuit television removing items from children's clothing boutiques."
Lane 2 - Herald Sun posts (w/video) "Australian swimmer James Magnussen touches down in England ahead of London Olympics . AUSTRALIAN swimming ace James Magnussen slipped into Olympic Games territory largely unannounced today and he didn't need his luxuriant beard to act as a disguise in England."
Lane 3 - GoErie.com posts "USA Swimming, Sigma Gamma Rho encourage swimming. USA Swimming is partnering with Sigma Gamma Rho, a historically black national sorority, as it continues its campaign to increase participation in the sport and help counter staggering drowning statistics in minority communities. The new partnership was announced Saturday as the sorority gathered in New Orleans for its biennial conference."
Lane 4 - The Daytona Beach News-Journal posts "Ryan Lochte a 'risk-taker' who's earned the moniker 'wonder boy'. The stories of Ryan Lochte's antics are legendary. But are they history? The superstar swimmer from Port Orange hasn't suffered an injury since he strained his groin last year. What was unusual about that one was it happened while he was swimming. "Yeah, out of the pool," he said sheepishly when asked where most of his past injuries have occurred, before adding, "Knock on wood." The knee injury he suffered break dancing; the fractured foot while skateboarding; the bruised knee in a scooter crash; the sprained ankle playing with his dog."
Lane 5 - WYTV posts (w/video) "Sisters Swimming in Golden Years. Sisters Anna Kish, 92, and Ruth Blasko, 86, are very frank about their ages. But just because they are in their golden years, doesn't mean they are slowing down on land, or in the water."
Lane 6 - The Telegraph posts "Michael Phelps sets mind's eye on triumphant role in final part of Lord of the Rings trilogy. Through blindness, Michael Phelps seeks insight. The greatest Olympian in the history of the Games visualises the ideal swim before he goes to sleep each night, a rigorous mental exercise in which he imagines gliding and undulating through the water in real time, stroke by stroke, divining the intimate rhythms of the perfect race."
Lane 7 - Herald Sun posts "Olympic comeback queen Libby Trickett emerges from the dark times. ONLY now that Libby Trickett is radiating such a glow as the grand dame of Olympic comebacks can she admit she was suffering depression at her lowest ebb."
Lane 8 - Star Tribune posts "Meet an Olympian at your neighborhood St. Paul pool. Up-and-coming triathlete Gwen Jorgensen trains in St. Paul, but most fellow swimmers don't know it."