Lane 1 - Daily Mail posts "Former Olympic swimmer Princess Charlene of Monaco gets back in the water. Ex-Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock, who retired in 2007, got back in the water for a charity swim today. The Princess of Monaco, 35, was seen swimming with children in Saint Geours de Maremne in southwestern France. The Monégasque princess wore her blonde highlighted hair scraped back as she paddled through the pool and taught the group of enthusiastic children how to swim during the Live to Swim day."
Lane 2 - Arena France posts "Arena Gamme Bodylift automne/Hiver 2013."
Lane 3 - Big Pond News posts "Man lied about Hackett run-over attempt. Grant Hackett's former brother-in-law has been released on a good behaviour bond for making up a story that the Olympic gold medallist tried to run him over, months after the swimmer split up with his wife."
Lane 4 - LA Times posts "The importance of teaching children water safety. Former Olympian's program gives youngsters solid foundation in the basics. Lenny Krayzelberg, an Olympic backstroke swimmer, decided to retire from competitive swimming in 2004 after winning four gold medals for the United States. Knowing that he wanted to continue to work in and around the water, he set up a program for children in Southern California that teaches water safety and swimming, called the Lenny Krayzelberg Swim Academy."
Lane 5 - Financial Times posts "A swimming holiday with Rebecca Adlington. Palm Island is a refreshingly unstuffy place to relax, read, and learn swimming from Olympic star Rebecca Adlington."
Lane 6 - Trinidad Express posts "Bovell puts on another clinic. George Bovell III, recent World Championships bronze medalist and medal winner at the recent FINA World Cup Series and Atlantic Sports Ambassador, has once again given back to the youth of Trinidad and Tobago via a recent two-day swimming clinic for the children of Atlantic employees."
Lane 7 - CBS 58 posts "Local swimmers react to Diana Nyad's Cuba to Florida swim. MUSKEGO-A local swim instructor finds inspiration in Monday's completion of an incredible swim without a shark tank for 64 year old Diana Nyad. "As a local Masters swim coach through Tri Faster, I find her efforts inspirational. I always say that life begins where you comfort zone ends," Lauren Jensen, PT Head Coach with Tri Faster tells CBS 58 News."
Lane 8 - Xinhuanet posts "Swimmer Sun Yang seeks breakthroughs at National Games. China's star swimmer Sun Yang arrived in Shenyang Sunday morning to take part in the 12th National Games. The distance freestyle specialist, who claimed the men's 400m, 800m and 1,500m gold medals at the Barcelona World Championships, is seeking breakthroughs in short distance as he will compete for the title of the 100m freestyle."