Lane 1 - Scotsman posts "Commonwealth Games swimming venue hailed by hopeful. ANOTHER milestone in the journey to next year’s Commonwealth Games was reached yesterday when the Tollcross International Swimming Centre hosted its first major event since redevelopment. The Scottish Championships, which go on until Sunday, got under way in the morning, offering home swimmers their first chance to compete at the Glasgow 2014 venue."
Lane 2 - Brigham and Women's Hospital posts "TV Ad: Dara Torres, Knee Surgery, Cartilage Regeneration. When five-time Olympic swimmer Dara Torres found that knee osteoarthritis was keeping her out of the pool and unable to play with her young daughter, Torres chose Brigham and Women's Hospital for an autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI), or cartilage regeneration, which takes a patient's own healthy cartilage to repair unhealthy cartilage. BWH is one of the few hospitals in the world to offer this procedure."
Lane 3 - SportsBeat posts "Thorpe fails to reach final on third swim of comeback in Singapore. IF Ian Thorpe's first two swims on his much talked about comeback at the FINA World Cup in Singapore gave cause for optimism his third well and truly didn't - not that he's worried about it though."
Lane 4 - The Baltimore Sun posts "French swimmer Yannick Agnel training with Bob Bowman in Baltimore. 21-year-old, who won three medals in London Olympics, recently moved to city from his native country."
Lane 5 - WWSB posts "Pan-Am swimming event wraps up with beach swim. The Pan-American Masters Championship swimming event wraps up Thursday with an open water swim at Siesta Key Beach. This is the first time the United States has hosted the two-week event, and organizers say Sarasota was a perfect location, and the event was a huge success."
Lane 6 - Illawarra Mercury posts "Olympian's journey from the pool to the newsroom. Sometimes – with hindsight – we can see that what appeared to be the moment of success is the start of our failure. Or what appeared to be the moment of our failure, can herald the start of what we will become. For Lisa Forrest, that moment came in the 200-metre backstroke finals of the 1980 Olympic Games."