Lane 1 - MTV posts "Ryan Lochte Contemplating 'Saturday Night Live' Cameo. MTV News catches up with Olympic swimmer before his introduction of Lil Wayne's set at iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. "Yeah, they did [call]," Lochte admitted with a half-smile. After getting excited for him for a minute, we then asked if he was readying his improvisational skills to make a cameo happen and, if so, when we might see his "SNL" debut. "Well, hopefully next week I can, if it doesn't interfere with my training," he said."
Lane 2 - WKUE posts via youtube "Outlook- Claire Donahue. Olympic gold medal swimmer, and former WKU athlete, Claire Donahue shares her story with OUTLOOK host Barbara Deeb. Find out how the Olympian remains true to herself, her team, and her country. The Lenoire City, Tennessee native shares the realization of the dream she's held since the age of ten. Donahue's story is at once compelling, inspirational, and real."
Lane 3 - sacbee.com posts "What's the Next Big Splash for Dara Torres? A Little R&R and Spreading the Word About AmLactin®. All the time I've spent in the water has taken quite a toll on my skin. The alpha hydroxy therapy in AmLactin® moisturizing lotion and cream penetrates dry skin and works as an exfoliant, making my skin look and feel amazing―it truly is 'serious care for softer skin.'"
Lane 4 - Star Gazette posts "U.S. gold medalists inspire others with true determination. Missy Franklin, Katie Ledecky, Heather O'Reilly are the future of sport."
Lane 5 - Daily Mail posts "Team GB's Swimming chiefs taking flights but lack the fight. Every medal won by the British Swimming team at the London Olympics cost a grand total of £8.4million each. That's a hell of a price to pay, particularly when none of those lavishly funded gongs proved to be gold. The silver won by Michael Jamieson, plus Rebecca Adlington's two bronzes, were a truly grim return from £25,144,600 of public investment. An inquiry is now under way to establish the reasons for this spectacular bellyflop."
Lane 6 - Jagran Post has "Olympic champion Lefert quits the pool to make a living. Olympic 4x100 freestyle relay champion Clement Lefert has quit swimming to go back to university, saying he will not be able to make a living out of his sport. "I have put an end to my career to focus entirely on my studies," the 24-year-old Lefert said on Friday. "I want to have a job I like, not one I would not have chosen and I am fully aware that swimming will never make me free from want," he said. "I am not Camille Lacourt, Yannick Agnel or Laure Manaudou," he said, referring to the few French swimmers who clinched lucrative advertising contracts after they won world or Olympic titles."
Lane 7 - The Root posts " 2012 The Root 100. Cullen Jones is a record-breaking swimmer and Olympian who advocates for water safety."
Lane 8 - BBC posts "Great Britain's Gemma Spofforth retires from swimming. British 100m backstroke world record holder Gemma Spofforth has announced her retirement from swimming."