Lane 1 - SkyNews posts "Five golds for Aussie swimmers in Qatar. Australians Tommaso D'Orsogna and Kenneth To dead-heated for gold in the 100m freestyle at the FINA World Cup short-course meet in Doha on Saturday night. The Doha leg of the World Cup series finishes on Sunday night before moving to Stockholm next weekend."
Lane 2 - SF Gate posts "Coughlin feels different speed on water. Natalie Coughlin doesn't usually have to worry about an untied shoe during a race in the water. On Friday, though, the 12-time Olympic swimming medalist nearly lost a shoe while riding on Dean Barker's Emirates Team New Zealand catamaran as it tacked in an America's Cup World Series fleet race. he got the ride with the Kiwis through their mutual wristwatch sponsor."
Lane 3 - Daily Mail posts "End of the road for Carry as Brit calls time on swimming career. Double Commonwealth champion David Carry has announced his retirement from swimming after ending his career at London 2012. Aberdeen-born Carry, who made his international debut at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester in 2002, swam to a new personal best time to qualify for the Olympics where he competed in the final of the men's 400m freestyle."
Lane 4 - Socialitelife posts "Tom Daley Back In A Speedo, May Be Coming To A TV Near You. Tom Daley was back in the pool today (October 08, 2012) for the World Youth Diving Championships. As the 18-year-old Team GB star prepared to dive, the sun appeared behind his Speedos in a unique spot. The Olympic bronze is being sought to host new diving show Celebrity Splash."
Lane 5 - The Province posts (w/video) "Different strokes. Life after competitive swimming; Brent Hayden's Olympic medal didn't define his career nor who he is; but it sure looks nice on his coffee table. I think there are athletes who measure themselves by the medals they win," Hayden says. "And there are athletes who measure themselves by the journey they've travelled. "I'm kind of in the middle. Somebody asked me before the Beijing Olympics, what would it mean to win the gold medal. I said, if I'm never going to be good enough without it, I'm never going to be good enough with it. I still believe that."
Lane 6 - The Hindu Business Line posts "Swim against the tide to produce top-notch talent. Universities and colleges are the cradles of Indian swimming."
Lane 7 - The Age posts "Thorpe, Campion lead TV push in Cannes. Ian Thorpe will head a star-studded line-up at the annual MIPCOM television market in Cannes, France, which kicks off later today, Sydney time. Thorpe will make an appearance as part of a promotion by the ABC's sales arm, ABC Commercial, which is selling the documentary The Swimmer. Produced by Gregor Jordan and Simone Kessell, The Swimmer followed Thorpe's attempted, and ultimately unsuccessful, comeback before the London Olympics."
Lane 8 - Not so much about swimming as it is a Picture Of The Day, Engadget posts "808 Pureview display at Nokia's flagship store." Happy Monday!