Lane 1 - TMZ posts (w/video) "Bruce Jenner to Mike Phelps: HANG UP THE SPEEDO 'Quit While You're Ahead."
Lane 2 - The Post has "Schoeman not slowing down. South African swimmer Roland Schoeman has no plans to retire any time soon. The 33-year-old refuses to give up on his ultimate dream of becoming the first South African to attend five Olympic Games and has his sights set on making a splash at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil."
Lane 3 - The Independent posts "Le Clos home for a breather. Taking time out to spend with family – and a certain someone special – gold-medal winning swimming champion Chad le Clos has come home to rest – at least for the moment."
Lane 4 - Vegas News posts "Olympic Swimmer Ryan Lochte Kicks Off Birthday Celebration Weekend at TAO. Joined by a large group of male friends, the group dined on signature dishes including the Miso Glazed Chilean Sea Bass with Wok Vegetables and Grilled 12 oz. Kobe Ribeye with Yuzu Cilantro Butter at TAO Asian Bistro. They then made their way to the nightclub, where Lochte was surprised with a birthday cake presentation worthy of an Olympian."
Lane 5 - Daily Record posts "Olympic star Keri-Anne Payne lifts the lid on the brutal world of open-water racing as she prepares for Great Scottish Swim. FREEZING conditions in Loch Lomond won't faze former World Champion after surviving bruising battles with over-zealous rivals."
Lane 6 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Back in the swim of things…on the eve of yet another tough test at the Australian Short Course Championships at Olympic Park this week, Alicia Coutts revealed the struggle she faced just to get back into the pool after the triumph and torment of the Olympics. ''I've struggled this whole year,'' said Coutts, Australia's best swimmer of the past three years. ''I really struggled with motivation and wondered if I wanted to go on. But then I thought 'You can't retire. You just won five medals'. I just thought I can't stop now. I have to keep going."