Lane 1 - New Zimbabwe posts "Kirsty Coventry robber jailed. A MAN was jailed for four years on Thursday after being convicted for robbing the former Olympic swimming champion Kirsty Coventry."
Lane 2 - US Masters Swimming posts via youtube "2013 USMS Spring Nationals - Day 1. Emily Silver brings us all the action from the U.S. Masters Swimming Spring Nationals at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis. Distance swimmers ruled the day with plenty of stories and action to follow."
Lane 3 - Charlotte Observer posts "Retirement wasn’t Berens’ cup of tea. After a brief retirement that lasted about as long as a bad celebrity marriage, Charlotte’s Ricky Berens is back in the pool and will compete Friday through Sunday at the UltraSwim meet at Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center."
Lane 4 - swimming.org posts "Daley withdraws from Fort Lauderdale Grand Prix. Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley has been forced to withdraw from action at the FINA Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale due an elbow injury. Daley hurt his elbow in training and has been advised to rest to prevent further injury so made the decision to pull out of action in Florida." Socialite Life posts "Tom Daley Hits The Practice Pool, We Drool."
Lane 5 - Sport Live posts "Le Clos and Van der Burgh head SA swimming team. Swimming SA (SSA) have assembled a strong team for the Fina World Championships from July 19 to August 4 despite having to adjust their selection criteria. he team, which was named in Johannesburg on Thursday, would be spearheaded by world record holder Cameron van der Burgh and fellow London 2012 Olympic champion Chad le Clos."
Lane 6 - Ber News posts "FINIS Sponsors Swimmer Roy Allan Burch. Bermudian Olympic swimmer Roy-Allan Burch has picked up a sponsorship from FINIS, the company has announced. Burch, a two-time Olympian, currently lives and trains in North Carolina and was a member of both the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Teams."
Lane 8 - The Santa Clara Weekly posts "Going the Distance to Rebuild Santa Clara's International Swim Center. When the ISC opened in 1967, the Santa Clara News wrote that it was "Judged to be the finest outdoor swim complex in the world by those who know best." An Aug. 16, 1968 Life magazine cover story called it "The world’s incubator of Olympic swimmers." Fast-forward 46 years. The venerable complex has long outlived its 25-30 year life span."