Lane 1 - Irish Examiner posts "Oceans 7 swimmer offers reward for return of stolen laptop and pictures. World record-breaking swimmer Steve Redmond has offered a cash reward for the safe return of a stolen laptop, which contained photographs and videos of all his epic swims."
Lane 2 - News51 posts via youtube "Swimmer Diana Nyad in Austin for SXSW. Diana Nyad the long distance swimmer famous for three attempts at swimming from Cuba to Florida visits Austin as her documentary The Other Shore premieres at SXSW."
Lane 3 - Parade posts " Ryan Lochte on the 2016 Olympics, Reality TV, and Finding a Girlfriend. The Olympian, who recently teamed up with Nissan for its Endurance campaign, answered some of Parade.com's question about his future— and his dating life!"
Lane 4 - Daily Record posts " Olympic stars will swap swimsuits for trainers and join 25,000 others in the Great Scottish Run. HUSBAND and wife David Carry and Keri-Anne Payne will tackle the half marathon and 10k events which will be broadcast live on BBC2. Three-time Olympian David, 31, retired from swimming after last year’s London Olympics. Open water swimmer Keri-Anne, 25 – who won silver at the Beijing Olympics in 2008 – is now focusing on the 10k at this year’s World Championships. David is looking forward to trying out a new sport where he’ll actually be able to see where he’s going. He said: “I worked out that during my swimming career I spent 80 per cent of my life horizontal."
Lane 5 - ESPN posts "Ksenia Moskvina banned for 6 years. Russian swimmer Ksenia Moskvina has been suspended for six years for a second doping violation."Lane 6 - Trinidad Express posts "Roberts confident T&T can host US swim team. Minister of Sport Anil Roberts is confident that Trinidad and Tobago will be successful in their big to host the US Olympic swim team ahead of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games at the under construction George Bovell National Aquatic Centre. The Minister was among the officials touring the facility on Thursday, currently under construction in Couva. The site was one of several stops by officials of USA Swimming."