Lane 1 - ESPN posts "Trouble Beneath The Surface. Once the quirky domain of super athletes, triathlons have hit the mainstream and brought along an increasing number of deaths. What's happening? There are no simple answers."
Lane 2 - AFP posts "In Baltimore, French swimmer Agnel in Phelps' footsteps. A public pool in Baltimore is an unlikely venue for international swimming excellence. Formerly home to Michael Phelps, the Meadowbrook pool is now where top French swimmer Yannick Agnel is readying his bid for 2016 Olympic gold."
Lane 3 - Courier-Journal posts "Q&A with Missy Franklin | Cal freshman enjoys learning different stroke for campus life."
Lane 4 - Sport 360 posts "Dubai resident flying the flag for Arab swimmers. Dubai resident Sarra Lajnef is hoping to inspire more Arab women to take up swimming after the Tunisian Olympian enjoyed a successful debut at the FINA Swimming World Cup over the weekend."
Lane 5 - NBC Sports posts "Bob Bowman: Michael Phelps ‘trains with the guys,’ ‘doing sessions’ to stay in shape. Don’t call it a comeback, but Michael Phelps‘ longtime coach offered an update in a question-and-answer published Friday. “He trains with the guys every now and then to stay in shape. He took a year off from fitness and he felt he was out of shape, so over the last, I don’t know, six weeks he’s been coming back and doing sessions. I don’t know if that translates into a comeback. I think when you see him at a meet, then you would know he is coming back.”
Lane 6 - The Guardian posts "Technology in the pool. Ben Hardman from speedo's aqualab introduces Elite technology for all. Swimming is being transformed by the appliance of science. Ben Hardman, manager of the Speedo Aqualab, explains how the latest technology is pushing the boundaries of performance for every swimmer."
Lane 7 - Diana Nyad posts "48-Hour "Swim For Relief" Event Wrap Up - Diana Nyad. Diana reflects on the 48-hour "Swim For Relief" event benefitting the Americares Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. It's not too late to give -- visit http://swimforrelief.com/"
Lane 8 - Times Herald-Record posts "Local kids get golden tips from Olympians. Medal winners provide advice on good swimming techniques. A group of 70 local swimmers, ages 7-17, got the chance of a lifetime Saturday afternoon at Middletown High School, learning from 2012 Olympic gold medalists Tyler McGill and Lauren Perdue."