Lane 1 - Buzzfeed posts "Taco Bell Gets VERY Social With A Customer. Anything for free Butt-vertising."
Lane 2 - BBC posts "Ian Thorpe still believes he has an elite "life in the pool" ahead. The Australian, 30, who last year revealed he suffered from "crippling depression" in his career, could try to return for 2013's World Championships. "I still have a life in the pool," Thorpe told BBC World Service. At present Thorpe, who would be 33 by the time of the Rio Olympics in 2016, is only thinking about racing over the next two years, which could potentially include the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow."
Lane 3 - The Telegraph posts "I won’t be satisfied until I deliver in Rio, says top freestyler Fran Halsall. Britain's best short-distance freestyler, Fran Halsall arrived in London declaring her determination to be the fastest woman in the world. But when the gun went she floundered rather than flourished, failing to qualify for the butterfly final and finishing fifth and sixth in her two main events."
Lane 4 - cayCompass posts "Brett leads charge of champs. Swimming is one of the best organised and participated sports in the Cayman Islands and next week there is a chance for aspiring champs to rub shoulders with some of the best in the business. Olympic swimmers Liam Tancock, Caitlin McClatchey, Conor Dwyer and Brett Fraser will be in Grand Cayman thanks to the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association."
Lane 5 - Sunrise on 7 post via youtube "Water polo by the sea. JT gets physical, trying his legs at water polo at Bondi."
Lane 6 - Huffington Post has "Changing the World of Sport - One Gay at a Time. Sports clubs and locker rooms used to be the place of nightmares for most gay men and lesbians - but through sheer force of enthusiasm that is slowly starting to change. Through the years I limited my physical activity to a bit of swimming and working out in the gym - building muscles to try and look better naked rather than for any practical purposes. It wasn't until I moved to London that I encountered the world of gay sports."