Lane 1 - BBC posts "Rebecca Adlington joins BBC TV for World Swimming Champs. Double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington has joined BBC television for the 2013 World Swimming Championships. "
Lane 2 - Ràdio Calella Televisió posts "L'australià Magnussen es fa fort a Calella. James Magnussen, actual campió del món dels 100 metres lliures de natació s'entrena aquests dies a Calella amb els seus companys de la selecció australiana."
Lane 3 - Daily Express posts "Whatever happened to... Olympic swimmer David Wilkie? AFTER winning gold in the 200m breaststroke at the 1976 Olympics, David Wilkie became Britain's frst superstar swimmer. During his swimming career, he broke fve world records."
Lane 4 - Denver Post has "Four-time Olympic champion Missy Franklin a vastly improved swimmer. For Franklin, 18, burnout is a foreign word; peaking is as distant a worry as social security. A year after winning four Olympic gold medals and a bronze medal at the London Games, Franklin heads into Sunday's world championships in Barcelona, Spain, a vastly improved swimmer."
Lane 5 - The Gainesville Sun posts "Lochte nearly walked away from swimming. After leaving London with five medals last summer, Ryan Lochte felt he was due for an extended hiatus from the pool. “Living that celebrity lifestyle and still trying to train, it's hard. There's times I almost quit, because I was having more fun outside the pool than I was in the pool. Usually that was never the case.”
Lane 6 - WebWire posts "Speedo Teams Up With Swimvortex.com To Launch Championships Website. To ensure that swimming fans don’t miss out on any of the excitement of the 15th FINA World Championships, Speedo has teamed up with leading swimming website, SwimVortex.com, to create a dedicated site providing up to the minute news, features and reviews as the world’s greatest swimmers go for Gold. http://speedo.swimvortex.com/"
Lane 7 - FINA posts "Oussama Mellouli (TUN), winner of Men's 5km."
Lane 8 - CNN posts "Report names world's top skinny dippers, Speedo enthusiasts. Expedia's annual Flip Flop Report examines beach attitudes worldwide and reveals our biggest seaside fears."