Lane 1 - The Australian posts "John Bertrand takes swimming presidency. AMERICAS Cup winner and Olympic sailor John Bertrand is swapping salt water for the chlorinated kind by being named the new president of Swimming Australia. Confessing his only claim to fame in swimming was helping wife Rasa learn to do freestyle when they were students in Boston, the 66-year-old said he was confident he could bring a lot to the sport as it struggles to rebuild its international results and reputation."
Lane 2 - The Australian posts "Leigh Nugent to stay in coaching ranks. OLYMPIC boss John Coates might never want to cross paths with swim coach Leigh Nugent again, but Swimming Australia wants to retain his skills. SA's new chief executive, Mark Anderson, said that while the organisation was in the process of appointing Nugent's successor to take the swimmers to the 2016 Rio Games, he would continue to work as junior development officer with the Victorian Institute of Sport."
Lane 3 - Gold Coast posts "US superstar to swim on the Coast. GLOBAL swim star Ryan Lochte will call the Gold Coast home for two months this summer as master coach Denis Cotterell assembles arguably the world's best squad at Miami. As well as several Chinese swimmers, including Sun, Cotterell will have two Swedes, a Faroe Islander and New Zealanders in his squad, with other big name swimmers scrambling for the chance to link, even briefly, with his program. Cotterell said Lochte would train at Miami for ``a couple of months'' later this year, likely November and December."
Lane 4 - Central Jersey posts "He’s still in the swim at age 75. Jerry Katz competes in senior-group Pan-Am Games. Earlier this summer, the Hillsborough Family YMCA lifeguard, swim instructor and coach competed at the international Pan American Masters Championships in Sarasota, Florida. He won silver and bronze medals and placed in the top five in three additional events. He followed up by traveling to Cleveland, Ohio, to compete in the national Senior Olympics, where he collected three gold, two silver and a bronze medals in his events."
Lane 5 - The Australian posts "Sea of sewage in store for Olympic triathletes. OLYMPIC athletes will be expected to swim through sea that currently contains high levels of human sewage if Tokyo wins the rights to hold the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. The revelation comes a week before the climax of a struggle between Tokyo, the world's biggest city, and Istanbul, which hopes to bring them to an Islamic country for the first time."
Lane 6 - Friars posts "Providence College Joins With Swim Across America. Providence College combines with neighboring college swimming programs to make this year's swim the biggest ever open water swim to raise money for Woman & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island."
Lane 7 - Radio Shack posts "Kyocera Hydro Elite - Closer Look - RadioShack. This is the Kyocera Hydro Elite from Verizon Wireless, Ricky takes it to the pool to check it out, and test it out."
Lane 8 - NY Times posts "Terrace Swimming for $14.7 Million. A sprawling seven-bedroom, nine-and-a-half-bath duplex with a 3,800-square-foot terrace including a private outdoor swimming pool at the Aldyn, at 60 Riverside Boulevard near 63rd Street, sold for $14,711,621.25 and was the most expensive sale of the week, city records show."