Lane 1 - ESPN posts "Missy Franklin keeps busy in high school. Swimming great Missy Franklin, who won five medals at the London Olympic Games (including four gold medals), knows she has accomplished so many of her dreams at the young age of 17, but she isn't slowing down. "I'm making so many new ones now!" she said."
Lane 2 - Thanyapura posts via youtube " Thanyapura Video: Thanyapura Inspiration by Pieter Van Den Hoogenband. Pieter Van Den Hoogenband. 3 times Olympic Gold Medal - Dutch National Swim Team."
Lane 3 - OK! posts "Ryan Lochte Travels to Capitol Hill to Support Muscular Dystrophy Research: "I Am Never Going To Feel Like What I Do Is Enough!"
Lane 4 - The Palm Beach Post has "Masters swim program thrives under passionate coach. For Richard Garza, swimming is not just a sport – it’s a lifestyle. As the head coach of the Wahoos of Wellington Masters swim program, he hopes to share lanes for healthy living as well as stroke technique. “I love my job,” said Garza, who works for Wellington Swimming, which runs the program, and has been swimming competitively since 1996. “I’ve always had it in me since I was little to coach a swim team. Watching swimmers reach their goals both in and out of the pool has been very rewarding.”
Lane 5 - Business Insider posts "Cantor Fitzgerald Has Hired Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer Klete Keller. And Wall Street just became even more competitive... Business Insider has just learned that Cantor Fitzgerald has hired U.S. Olympic swimmer Klete Keller. Keller, 30, who has won five Olympic medals (two golds, two bronze and one silver), is best known for holding off Ian Thorpe (a.k.a "the Thorpedo") in the anchor leg of the 4x200 relay at the 2000 Olympics."
Lane 6 - WAAY31 posts "Olympic gold medalist visits River City. Three-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Rowdy Gaines stopped by Decatur's Aquadome Tuesday."
Lane 7 - Verizon Wireless posts via youtube "Celebrating Your Story-Maritza Correia. Learn about Martiza Correia's, the first African-American on the U.S. Olympic Swim Team, inspiring story."
Lane 8 - Swimming.org posts "ASA Response To Ofsted Report On Physical Education In Schools. ASA Chief Executive David Sparkes has responded to the Ofsted report on physical education in schools released today. “The ASA’s own research into school swimming in 2012 revealed that 1 in 3 children leave primary school unable to swim, equating to 2 million non-swimmers over the next ten years if direct action is not taken. It also revealed that of the children unable to swim, nearly 40% had not been offered school swimming lessons.”