Lane 1 - AGI posts "Olympic swimmer Pellegrini: finalizing accord on trainer. Monday, Olympic swimmer Federica Pellegrini, on stand-by to know the name of her new trainer, will start practicing. Unofficial news give the new trainer to be Philippe Lucas, although it hasn't been officialized yet."
Lane 2 - boxscorenews posts (w/video) "British swimmer Liam Tancock sets sights on Rio Olympics. SWIMMER Liam Tancock has no intention of following the lead of Rebecca Adlington and Gemma Spofforth in ruling himself out of contention for Rio 2016. ancock matched that performance in the men's event, and will be 31 by the time the Rio Olympics begin.
Adlington, who won two golds in Beijing and two bronze medals in London, has ruled out appearing in Brazil citing her age as the main reason. She will be 27, Tancock's age now. But having missed out on a medal in London, and also four year's previously in Beijing, Exeter-born Tancock revealed his desire to compete at the top level remains."
Lane 3 - Orlando Sentinel posts "Ryan Lochte thrills fans during appearance near Mall at Millennia. They lined up with pictures, posters, magazines, T-shirts and swim caps. They had cameras, phones and iPads at hand. The pavement was hot and a faint rumble of thunder could be heard, but that didn't stop nearly 100 fans from waiting."
Lane 4 - The Korea Herald posts "Agency to release swimmer Park Tae-hwan after five years. Swimmer Park Tae-hwan’s management agency of five years said Friday it will not retain the freestyler after their current contract expires at the end of this month. The sports management wing of SK Telecom, the country’s top mobile carrier, said it has decided to not renew its sponsorship deal with the 23-year-old star swimmer."
Lane 5 - Barry Murphy posts via youtube "Barry Murphy - Living for London - 2012 Pre-Olympic Games Documentary. Follow Barry Murphy (Irish swimmer) on his journey to the London Olympic Games. The documentary follows Barry from Dublin to the US as he prepares for the worlds premier sporting event. The documentary gives insight to the sacrifices and commitment it takes to be a top level athlete. It also looks at the volume and intensity of the training that elite swimmers do."
Lane 6 - aol posts via youtube "You've Got Dara Torres. welve-time Olympic medalist swimmer Dara Torres talks about training for the 2012 Olympics at the age of 44."
Lane 7 - aol posts via youtube "You've Got Amanda Beard. Swimmer Amanda Beard discusses her Olympic successes and her personal struggles. Beard won Olympic medals at the age of 14, 18 and 22, but at the same time she battled depression and cutting. Her memoir "In the Water They Can't See You Cry" details these experiences."
Lane 8 - Omaha.com posts "Omaha, CenturyLink pool making national waves. A recent edition of Swimmer magazine showed how impressed folks were with our town after a national Masters meet this summer. The cover headline: “Oh, my, Omaha!”