Lane 1 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Olympic failure 'a lesson' for swimmers, says former coach. Don Talbot, the last man to lead the Australian team to the pinnacle of world swimming, says it is no wonder the current team’s athletes did not perform at their best if reports of misbehaviour and disunity are correct, adding that sometimes the head coach needs to be a ‘‘bastard’’.
Lane 2 - Courier Mail posts "Rift in swimming ranks about money. LIKE all great conflicts, it all comes back to money. The Australian swimming team is now a group of haves and have nots. If you want to know why there's such angst in the Australian swim team, why swimmers are now turning on each other, bagging the head coach and rebelling against the administration you only need to cast your mind back to March."
Lane 3 - WMBB posts (w/video) "Ryan Lochte Talks About Training For The 2016 Olympics. On Saturday, three Olympic swimmers gathered at Spinnaker Beach Club on Panama City Beach to sign autographs and take pictures with fans. Ryan Lochte, Conor Dwyer, and Paralympian Justin Zook spent hours meeting close to 600 of their closest fans, and all for a good cause, as proceeds from the event went towards the Mac Crutchfield Foundation, which aims to fund college scholarships and organize Special Olympic swim meets."
Lane 4 - Ria Novosti posts "Dave Salo to Coach Olympic Medalist Lobintsev. Russian Olympic medal-winning swimmer Nikita Lobintsev is to attend a training camp in the United Statesrun by coach Dave Salo, Lobintsev told R-Sport Saturday. Lobintsev, 23, claimed bronze in the 4x100 meters freestyle relay at the London Olympic Games and won double gold at the 2010 European championships in the 4x100 meters and 4x200 meters freestyle relays."
Lane 5 - BBC posts "Rebecca Adlington in Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games role. Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington has been revealed as an official ambassador for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. She joins Britain's most successful Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy, who has also undertaken the role. The position will see the ambassadors work with games organisers and appear in high-profile promotional campaigns."
Lane 6 - Emirates 24|7 posts "World champs in the pool for Dubai World Cup. Fina/Arena Swimming World Cup in Dubai on October 2-3."
Lane 7 - boston.com posts "Phil Moriarty; coached Yale swimming, diving. Phil Moriarty, one of the nation’s most successful swimming and diving coaches and a legend at Yale University, died Saturday in Mystic, Conn. He was 98. His death was announced by Tim Bennett, an athletic department spokesman at Yale. Mr. Moriarty, who coached the US diving team at the Rome Olympics in 1960, helped train some of his era’s greatest swimmers, among them Olympic gold medalists Don Schollander, Steve Clark, Mike Austin, John Nelson, and Jeff Farrell." Swimming World posts via youtube "MSS: Yale Water Carnival. Bruce Wigo, the CEO of the International Swimming Hall of Fame, brings us another history lesson, this time about the famed Yale Water Carnival. Wigo spoke with former Yale coach Phil Moriarty about this popular event, which featured more than swimming races, including synchronized swimming and comedic diving exhibitions."
Lane 8- Salon.com posts "Let’s swim to work! Waterways surrounding cities were once filled with toxic industrial sludge. Now they're the new recreation frontier."