Lane 1 - Radar posts "Jamba Juice Healthy Living Council Member Summer Sanders Looks Back, Forward In New Q&A."
Lane 2 - Orlando Sentinel posts "2015 Swimming Hall of Fame enshrinement won't be in Fort Lauderdale. another sign that the International Swimming Hall of Fame's days really are numbered in the city, its 2015 induction ceremonies won't be in Fort Lauderdale for the first time ever."
Lane 3 - Coloradoan posts "Amy Van Dyken says tragedy taught her to see the good. The flip turn and breakout coming off the wall often determines the outcome in swimming. What Amy Van Dyken-Rouen did in 2014 to flip her near-death tragedy into a much admired recovery — along with her breakout plans for 2015 to help others with spinal-cord injuries — far surpasses what the former Colorado State University swimmer accomplished in winning six swimming gold medals at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics."
Lane 4 - Daily Mail posts "Daddy's little water babies! Grant Hackett takes five-year-old twins Jagger and Charlize to the beach on the Gold Coast."
Lane 5 - Garmin posts "Garmin Forerunner 920XT: Training Tools - Pool Swim Profile. Forerunner 920XT offers detailed swimming metrics, in addition to running and cycling features. Learn how to use the Pool Swim profile to record your swim time, rest time, distance, pace, stroke count and stroke type and more to add variety and fun to any water workout."
Lane 6 - Uncrate posts "SPEEDO NEMESIS FINS. Tubercles. That's the name for the bumpy area on the fins of humpback whales, and it's also the inspiration for the Nemesis Fins from Speedo. Tubercles create surface area for water to pass over, allowing you to push more water and pick up speed when you need it most. And with square openings named blow valves, water is captured and forced through creating more force on downward kicks. And while it has plenty in common with whales, these were made for you, with superior arch support, extra toe space, and a graduated instep for exceptional comfort."