Lane 1 - NYDN posts "Brave Arizona wildlife park worker dives into pool followed by massive Bengal tiger . The ‘Tiger Splash’ show wows audiences while giving first-hand display of animal’s predator-prey instincts."
Lane 2 - Voices of America posts (w/video) "Marathon Swimmer Determined After Four Unsuccessful Tries Between Cuba, Florida. Sixty-two year old swimmer Diana Nyad from California has been trying to swim 166 kilometers - or 103 miles - from Cuba to Florida. This dream that has spanned more than three decades. After four unsuccessful attempts, Nyad is still not giving up on the goal of swimming that distance. VOA's Elizabeth Lee interviewed Nyad at her home in Los Angeles for this week's 'Voices of America' profile."
Lane 3 - BBC posts "Rebecca Adlington's future depends on coach Bill Furniss. Rebecca Adlington says her decision on whether to continue swimming depends on the future of her coach Bill Furniss. Furniss has been linked with the British Swimming head coach role vacated by Dennis Pursley after the London 2012 Olympics. "If I was going to carry on I would only want to be coached by Bill," Adlington, 23, told BBC Sport."
Lane 4 - Fox 31 Denver posts via youtube "OLYMPIC SWIMMING CLINIC with Jason Lezak."
Lane 5 - The Stir posts "Olympic Swimmer Summer Sanders Wants Moms to Stop Ignoring This Painful Health Threat…Sanders' legs began feeling tired and achy after her second pregnancy. She'd catch herself massaging her calves whenever she was sitting down. Initially, she assumed it was just a sign of getting older -- no big deal. But when her legs were aching so badly after a day trip to Disneyland with the kids, she suspected it was something more ... Turns out, she was suffering from chronic venous insufficiency, a progressive condition that typically manifests as varicose veins."
Lane 6 - The National posts "Fina World Cup series: A golden shine to brush off swimmer's woes. Swimming was never seen as a professional sport in South Africa, but when we landed at the airport there was something like 10,000 people there at the airport. That's unseen and unheard of. "The whole country just went absolutely crazy. A lot of people were comparing, when Chad [le Clos] and I won, as a moment when [Nelson] Mandela was released, and it was like euphoria in South Africa. Given the current euphoria at home, it is possible the burglars who stole Van der Burgh's medals might have a change of heart and return them one day. Van der Burgh, however, is not banking on that and has made sure his Olympic medal is stored up in a safe place. "I don't know what they [the burglars] are going to do with it, but we have made sure the Olympic gold medal is locked away in a bank and it's very safe," he said. "People are not going to get to that one."
Lane 7 - Arena People posts via youtube " Cameron Van der Burgh at the Press Conference of Fina Arena Swimming WC (Dubai). Cameron Van der Burgh shares his thoughts and feelings on the forthcoming Fina Arena Swimming World Cup, his triumphant summer and Dubai."
Lane 8 - Gawker posts "The Etiquette of Drowning: Greet Your Rescuer by Name."