Lane 1 - NBC News posts "Blinded Navy officer and swimmer grabs gold in first Paralympic race. Less than a year after losing his eyes in a battlefield explosion, Navy Lt. Brad Snyder on Friday felt the wall, heard the cheers and tasted gold, beating the world’s best blind swimmers in the 100-meter freestyle final at the London Paralympics."
Lane 2 - Texassports.com posts via youtube "Ricky Berens reflects upon golden finish at London Olympics [Aug. 30, 2012] Two-time Olympic gold medalist Ricky Berens relives the London Olympics, takes a look beyond 2012 and reflects upon his time at Texas."
Lane 3 - Lifehacker posts "James Magnussen Explains How Not To Meatball Gorge At Subway. Subway held a media event yesterday to announce its new “famous fans”: swimmer James Magnussen, hockey player Casey Eastham and snowboarder Torah Bright. All three testified to being regular Subway consumers, which makes sense: when you’re travelling regularly, Subway is one of the few options visible everywhere that offers fresh vegetables. Magnussen noted that during a two-week training session in Hawaii, he ate Subway every day (he maintains the Australian version tastes better)."
Lane 4 - Alabama.com posts "Former Auburn swimmer Tyler McGill has his Olympic moment. There may have been no one cheering harder for the U.S. swim team in the 4x100-meter medley final at the London Olympics than a couple of Auburn grads sitting in the stands. Tyler McGill and Eric Shanteau were part of the American team, along with backstroker Nick Thoman and freestyler Cullen Jones, that swam the prelim of the event earlier that day."
Lane 5 - AARP posts "Swimming Just Saved My Life. Over a million Americans will suffer a heart attack this year. Where are you on the cardiac risk chart? I am a statistic today, one of 1.4 million Americans who will suffer a heart attack this year. More important, I'm one of the million who will survive. Here's how. I'm an active 70-year-old. On the cardiac risk chart, I'm on the margins. I do not have diabetes or high blood pressure. I am not obese. My cholesterol levels are under control. My genes do pose a problem: My dad died of a heart attack and brittle arteries at 66. To counter that, I've been swimming three or four times a week for more than 25 years."
Lane 6 - CNN posts "Tri training: Taking to the open water By Chrissie Wellington. Chrissie Wellington is a four-time World Ironman champion and a guest coach for CNN's Fit Nation Tri Challenge. Her autobiography, "A Life Without Limits," is available on Amazon."
Lane 7 - Young Hollywood posts " Swimmer Nathan Adrian Relays His Olympic Gold! It's a shiny afternoon in the Young Hollywood Studio when Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian drops by with three good friends in tow: the Gold Twins and Mr. Silver! Nathan talks about his experiences in London as a crucial part of the Men's 4x100m medley relay along with some already impressive talent like Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte! He also shares his feelings about winning individual gold, how his life has changed in the past month, and how he transports his medals in public! He also looks ahead to Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and explains why he hasn't been in a pool since his big relay win! Hosted by R.J. Williams and Tracy Behr."
Lane 8 - news.com.au posts "Hit the surf in style this summer. COSSIES, togs, bathers - call them what you will - spring has arrived and it's time to make a splash in new season swimwear. From budgie-smugglers and retro boardshorts to fairy costumes and ballerina-like one-pieces, the latest trends have every body shape, age and gender covered."