Lane 1 - allure posts "Body-Hair Removal Cream...Now for Men! If you think getting the men in your life to use moisturizer is tough, try body-hair removal cream. Nair's new depilatory cream is "specially scented" for men (meaning more of a woodsy-menthe chemical smell than a floral-candy chemical smell) and intended for use on arms, legs, chest, and back. But clearly there's a market, so who, besides Olympic swimmers, would use this?"
Lane 2 - Team Bath posts "Team Bath catches up with swimmer Andrew Willis. We talk to swimmer and 2012 Olympic finalist Andrew Willis, based here at Team Bath, about how he balances his sport with his studies."
Lane 3 - Boston Herald posts "Swimmer regains world title with doping case win. Swimmer Mads Glasner has been reinstated as a world champion after winning his doping case appeal on Tuesday. The 25-year-old from Denmark regained his 1,500-meter freestyle gold medal from the 2012 short-course world by proving that a mislabeled nasal inhaler caused his positive test for a banned stimulant."
Lane 4 - Yahoo posts "‘Classically handsome’ swimmer is first Singaporean to model for top fashion brand. There are your standard buff, muscular male models, and then there are the slender, near-waif like ones employed by modern luxury fashion brands. But Nicholas Tan is a different proposition altogether, even as he holds the honour of being the first Singaporean – and first Southeast Asian – to ever model for a high-end European label.
The 24-year-old national swimmer appears in leading Italian house Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring/Summer 2014 look-book and online campaign, despite having only recently cut his teeth in modeling."
Lane 5 - West Australian Today posts "Testing new waters after leaving the swimming pool. The pool only the beginning for Olympian Lisa Forrest. Publicly, I was pursuing my personal goal - to be something more than just an Olympic swimmer. But privately, any sense of inner peace I possessed had been hard-fought."
Lane 6 - Duluth News Tribune posts "Minnesotan undergoes big change on ‘Biggest Loser’. Rachel Frederickson has been an inspiration to many. As a teen at Stillwater (Minn.) High School, she was a state swimming champion three years in a row. Now, at age 24, Frederickson has folks nationwide rooting for her on the “Biggest Loser,” where she has shed more than 100 pounds."
Lane 7 - Go Swim posts "All Strokes - Starts. Every race begins with the start. How you react and the direction you choose can determine if you're ahead or behind."
Lane 8 - The West Australian posts "Get Wet! With our breathtaking beaches and many accessible public pools, WA is a State purpose- built for swimming. While the incentive to get wet is all around us, swimming's benefits go beyond a great body workout, it's also good for the mind."