Lane 1 - UPI posts "Female Olympians count their post-Games winnings. U.S. female Olympic medalists may be closing the gender gap on post-game income. Gabby Douglas could earn millions over the next four years and swimmer Missy Franklin is turning down big offers to keep her eligibility for college sports."
Lane 2 - The Wendy Williams Show posts "Wendy Takes a Swim! Growing up Wendy was a competitive swimmer and hit the pool recently to race Olympian Natalie Coughlin. The lashes came off and so did the WIG...but did Wendy come out a winner?"
Lane 3 - ioL news posts "Chad makes a big Durban splash. Durban swimming superstar Chad le Clos officially opened a new swimming pool for the Durban Christian Centre School in Mayville on Monday. The Olympic gold medal swimmer said he had always wanted to be a role model to children. “I hope one day they’ll say I inspired them in some way,” said Le Clos."
Lane 4 - The Monitor posts "Olympic gold medalist Berens holds swim clinic at Rowe natatorium."
Lane 5 - Louth Leader posts "Former Olympic swimmer Mark Foster to make waves at 11th annual literary festival. FORMER Olympian Mark Foster will headline the 11th annual Wolds Words Festival in Louth. The former swimmer turned BBC television presenter will be talking about his sporting career and taking questions from the public as part of the event, held between October 17 and 21."
Lane 6 - KSEE24 posts (w/video) "Olympic Gold Medalist Visits Fresno. An Olympic gold medalist, and world champion swimmer, spent some time out of the pool Friday to talk about the importance of staying active at any age. Jessica hardy spoke to the residents of golden living center Hy-Lond Friday."
Lane 7 - Century Council posts via youtube "Ask, Listen, Learn presents: A student interview w/Rebecca Soni. 7th grader Sujeydi Crespo interviewed Olympic gold medalist swimmer Rebecca Soni after an Ask, Listen, Learn event at Paul Public Charter School in Washington, DC. The Century Council's Ask, Listen, Learn program is the most widely distributed alcohol education program for middle school kids and their parents in the nation."
Lane 8 - Kitsap Sun posts "Olympic Aquatic Club hires Beard as coach. Taryn Beard has spent much of her life on a pool deck. Whether it was as a swimmer, coach or cheering on her sister, Amanda Beard, at multiple Olympics, Taryn Beard has a passion for the sport. Her enthusiasm and knowledge helped the Irvine, Calif., native, land the job as the new age-group coach at Olympic Aquatic Club."