Lane 1 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Sauvage, coach to enter Hall of Fame…five people who will be officially inducted this week with the others being British swimmer Chris Holmes, American swimmer Trischa Zorn, who is the most successful Paralympian of all time with 55 medals from seven games, and Italy's Roberto Marson,who competed in wheelchair fencing, athletics and swimming."
Lane 2 - CDN Paralympics posts via youtube "CDN Swimming Team arrives in London / L'équipe canadienne de para-natation arrive à Londres. The Canadian para-swimming team arrives at Gatwick airport ready to compete in the London 2012 Paralympic Games. / L'équipe de para-natation canadienne arrive à l'aéroport de Gatwick prête à prendre part aux competitions."
Lane 3 - adelaide now posts "Swimmer Matt Cowdrey prepares for Paralympic record. Now 23, Cowdrey needs three more gold medals in London from tomorrow to go past the current all-time leading haul of 10 golds by an Australian Paralympian."
Lane 4 - Edmonton Journal posts "Blind athlete Amber Thomas is medal hopeful at Paralympics. Swimming keeps goals afloat. Paralympic swimmer Amber Thomas was 10 when she discovered her sporting calling. It was swimming that helped her make the transition to get back on her feet after completely losing her vision when a brain tumour was removed."
Lane 5 - sport24 posts "Natalie poised for swansong. South Africa's most acclaimed amputee swimmer Natalie du Toit's career will come to an end two days before the end of the London 2012 Paralympics. "This is it, this is not only my last Paralympics but my last competition," Du Toit told Road to London on Sunday, three days before the opening ceremony."
Lane 6 - Express & Star posts "Ellie Simmonds’ bid for Paralympic Games glory tops event poll. Swimmer Ellie Simmonds’ quest for London 2012 gold is the British public’s most highly-anticipated event of the Paralympic Games, it emerged today. The Walsall 17-year-old’s bid for glory in the 100m freestyle has topped a poll to find the event that spectators are most excited to see."
Lane 7 - ABC TV posts via youtube "Meet The Paralympians: Ellie Cole | Paralympics 2012 | Starts 30 August 2012. ABC TV will broadcast over 100 hours - EXCLUSIVE to ABC1 and ABC2 - of the London 2012 Paralympic Games."
Lane 8 - South Wales Argus posts "Cwmbran's Gareth Duke gives up swimming because of kidney failure. A GWENT Paralympic medal holder was forced to give up the sport he loves after a second kidney transplant stopped working. Cwmbran's Gareth Duke, who won gold at Athens in 2004, was forced to retire from swimming last summer, ending his dream of competing at London 2012."