Lane 1 - The Guardian asks "What's in your swimming bag? When I recently had to empty my swimming bag, I found enough kit in there to equip a whole team. From goggles (two pairs) to a piece of old bathmat for standing on, here's what it contained."
Lane 2 - Speedo UK posts "Speedo Advisors | How to tone your entire body using swim. How to tone your entire body using swim fitness by Karen Pickering."
Lane 3 - The Stanford Daily posts "Swimmers look to make a bigger splash in 2013. “Beat Cal.” It’s a slogan that adorns cardinal red shirts throughout the year, and one that will have particular significance for the men’s swimming and diving team this fall. The perennial national title contenders from Berkeley have always been a thorn in Stanford aquatics’ side. However, the competition between the Cardinal and its cross-bay rivals came to a head last spring when the Golden Bears topped Stanford in the Pac-12 championship, ending Stanford’s 31-year streak as conference champions."
Lane 4 - The Portsmouth News posts (w/video) "SwimBritain superstars at Portsmouth’s Mountbatten Centre. OLYMPIC gold medalist and swimming sportsman Duncan Goodhew MBE stopped off at the Mountbatten Centre for a 4,000m swim relay. The SwimBritain event saw teams of four swim 4,000m – 1,000m for each team member."
Lane 5 - British Gas Swimming posts "David Walliams dives in to SwimBritain at Blenheim Palace. David Walliams waded in for his latest swim challenge joining hundreds of eager swimmers from around the country to take on British Gas SwimBritain at Blenheim Palace's Great Lake. The comic actor joined forces with a host of Olympic and Paralympic swim stars including Keri-anne Payne, Duncan Goodhew, Cassie Patten and Graham Edmunds to encourage the nation to get back in the water this summer."
Lane 6 - CNN posts "South Korean soldiers fired hundreds of shots at man swimming to North Korea. A man who tried to swim across a river to North Korea was killed by a rain of bullets fired at him by South Korean soldiers, a military official said."