Lane 1 - The Telegraph posts "Swim star Stephanie Rice to concentrate on business venture after Celebrity Apprentice victory. STEPHANIE Rice has put off deciding about her swimming future until the end of the year after winning Celebrity Apprentice Australia. Instead , Rice, the Olympic champion will concentrate on her Freestyle kids' swimwear business venture for the remainder of 2013."
Lane 2 - BG Swimming posts "David Walliams introduces SwimBritain."
Lane 3 - Yale Daily News posts "Swimmers overcome height challenges. In swimming, size matters. But short swimmers are finding strategies to succeed. Tall swimmers are capable of propelling themselves more quickly through the water and can reach out farther to cross the finish line. The average height for an Olympic gold medalist in the men’s 200-meter freestyle is 6 feet 4 inches over the past 12 years. But shorter professional swimmers and swimmers at Yale use their ability to make quicker kick-turns and react faster to changes in the water to overcome height disadvantages."
Lane 4 - My Fox Atlanta posts "Atlanta Sports Hall of Fame inductees: Celebrating our sports heritage. Finally… Steve Lundquist. I save Steve for last because he brings back the most memories for me. Many know him as the Clayton County kid who won Olympic Gold in the 100 meter breaststroke and 400 meter medley relay during the 1984 Summer Games in Los Angeles. Steve would no doubt have added to that medal collection had the 1980 Moscow games not been boycotted. He was one of the most dominant swimmers of the day. In fact, despite missing out on more Olympic glory, Steve was voted Top Breaststroker of the Century by USA Swimming."
Lane 5 - USA Today posts "Ryan Lochte is making some changes in leadup to Rio. Gainesville, Fla., will continue to be Lochte's base, but his passport will be a bit more weathered by the time the 2016 Olympics open in Rio de Janeiro. Much will change, but one touchstone will remain the same. "Gregg Troy will always be my coach, he's the world's best coach in my eyes, he's gotten me to where I am," Lochte said."
Lane 6 - ESPN W posts "Jessica Hardy reflects and projects. Out of the pool, I've done a lot of living since last summer's Olympic Games. After achieving my dream of becoming an Olympic medalist, I got the chance to go to the Grammys, attend Justin Timberlake's album release party and participate in a celebrity car race staged by Toyota. While the car may be worse for the wear (seriously), I came out on the other side of all this without a scratch, albeit not in racing shape."
Lane 7 - Go Swim posts "All Strokes - Swimmers Snorkel."
Lane 8 - Star Press posts "Senior swim champion from Muncie avoids the spotlight. BSU retiree holds nine national records. Dave Costill, a retired Ball State professor who holds nine national age group swimming records, gets ready for a swim at Lewellen Pool at Ball State."