Lane 1 - News Record posts "Greensboro’s competition for 2016 U.S. Olympic Swim Trials shrinks. The short list of potential sites for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Swim Trials got shorter this week. Indianapolis is out. That leaves Greensboro, Omaha, San Antonio and St. Louis as the four cities vying to host USA Swimming’s premiere national meet."
Lane 2 - NY Post Page Six posts "Swim or spin. Michael Phelps earned DJ lessons from DJ Steve Aoki after winning a swimming race at the Fontainebleau. We’re told Aoki, in Miami for the Ultra Music Festival, challenged the Olympian to the race, promising Phelps the lessons if he won."
Lane 3 - Herald Sun posts "Australian swim team's legacy has been destroyed, says Geoff Huegill. EOFF Huegill believes Australian swimming's once golden image has been destroyed by the current team after a series of scandals plagued their London campaign. IN an effort to rebuild the tattered image of Swimming Australia, The Sunday Telegraph can reveal an "ethical framework", or code of behaviour, has been drawn up and swimmers will be required to sign it if they make the world championship team."
Lane 4 - Herald Sun posts "Swimming Australia may turn to former head coach Alan Thompson to take over from Leigh Nugent."
Lane 5 - The Bath Chronicle posts "Former Bath swimmer Jaime King appeals for return of lost watch. An Olympic swimmer is appealing for the public’s help in finding a lost watch which was given to her as part of a sports sponsorship deal. Jaime King, who was a member of Team Bath and competed in three Olympic games, three Commonwealth games and numerous European and World Championships, was given the sentimental item as part of a sponsorship deal with Mallory jewelers."
Lane 6 - Fibre 2 Fashion posts "Speedo announces new distributors in Germany & Austria. Speedo International has announced that Oberalp Deutschland GmbH and Oberalp Austria GmbH have been appointed as its new distribution partners in Germany and Austria respectively."