Lane 1 - 9MSN posts "AOC to fight midnight swim in Rio. Australian Olympic Committee president John Coates will fight the "unreasonable" proposal to hold some of the swimming finals at the 2016 Rio Games late at night. Due to pressure from American TV networks, it has been planned to begin the final sessions at 10pm local time, meaning some gold medals would be decided after midnight."
Lane 2 - Coldwell Banker posts "Welcome Home, Olympian Amy Van Dyken-Rouen! After a tragic ATV accident that left Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen paralyzed from the waist down, George Oliphant comes to the rescue to help make her home wheelchair-accessible before Amy returns home from rehab. Here Amy shares what she feels makes a house a home."
Lane 3 - ioL Sport posts "Chad loses teeth, not his looks. Swim sensation Chad le Clos caused a stir when he posted pictures on social networking site Instagram of his head bandaged, along with this cryptic message: “Successful op, thanks for all the support. Very painful recovery ahead.” Well, they can rest assured he remains as handsome as ever. As for the surgery, it was nothing too dramatic. He had his wisdom teeth removed this week, his father, Bert, revealed with a chuckle."
Lane 4 - USA Swimming posts "CATCHING UP WITH BRENDAN HANSEN. Brendan Hansen is well aware of the definition of insanity – doing the same thing the same way over and over but expecting a different outcome. He knows it well because he’s lived it at times in the past when it came to his training. Now, as the general manager and head swimming coach at the soon-to-be-Christened Austin Aquatics and Sports Academy in his adopted Texas hometown, he intends to change things up and break the “insanity” cycle with his group of swimmers."
Lane 5 - The Economist posts "Free riding in swimming. Take your time. In an article published in the European Economic Review last year, Michael Neugart, of the Technical University of Darmstadt, and Matteo Richiardi, of the University of Torino, analysed data on 7,000 major swimming competitions held between 1972 and 2009. The huge trove of data allowed the researchers to compare the splits of swimmers who took part both in the individual and relay races in the same competition and isolate the causes of their performance."
Lane 6 - Gay.net posts "25 TIMES TOM DALEY WORE A SPEEDO BETTER THAN EVERYONE ON EARTH."