Lane 1 - Charlotte Observer posts "Charlotte’s Berens un-retires, returns to swimming. There’s more to life than swimming — but Ricky Berens isn’t ready to go there yet. Two months after Berens unexpectedly retired from the sport after winning gold in London, the 24-year-old confirmed to the Observer he’s returning to competitive swimming."
Lane 2 - City of Riverside posts via youtube "City Watch - Tyler Clary Day. Olympic gold medal swimmer, Tyler Clary, receives a hero's welcome home from the City of Riverside."
Lane 3 - Speedo posts via youtube "Aquacoach User Guide. Your guide to setting up your Speedo Aquacoach."
Lane 4 - Shape posts "Natalie Coughlin: Eat Like an Olympian. According to 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin, “you’d be shocked at how many people eat McDonald’s. It varies country to country: It seems the Asian countries are obsessed with McDonald’s. I myself don’t eat it—that doesn’t really fit into my diet.”
Lane 5 - Women's Wear Daily posts "Gold Medalist Lia Neal Receives Warm Welcome Home. POOL PARTY:…gold medalist Lia Neal celebrate her triumphant trip to London at a party Wednesday night at Darcy and Andy Nussbaum’s Upper East Side apartment. While board short-wearing waiters passed caviar-dotted life rings and “Deep End” spiked drinks for over-21 guests, Neal’s fans grabbed kickboards, bathing caps and other props to pose for photos with her."
Lane 6 - Tulsa World posts "Swim club for adults is growing. Taking up half of the 50-meter pool at Jenks Trojan Aquatics Center on Tuesday evening were members of the Tulsa Masters Swim Club. The speed the swimmers cut through the water was just as varied as the ages of those in the pool, but that's the point of the club."
Lane 7 - TLMDentretenimiento posts via youtube "Alma Awards / Ryan Lochte wants to kiss Eva Longoria / Telemundo. The olympic swimmer reveals his future plans in Hollywood and his favorite spanish word."
Lane 8 - HuffPo has (w/video) "Elizabeth Hurley's Bikini Line For Young Girls Called 'Disturbing' And 'Inappropriate'. Actress Elizabeth Hurley calls her line of swimwear for girls "fun" on her website. But parents along with a child protection charity in the U.K. have had a different reaction -- they're accusing Hurley and her brand of sexualizing young girls."