Lane 1 - BBC posts (w.video) "Swimmer Ross Murdoch beaten by schoolboy 'superfan' Brian Fitzpatrick. A five-year-old boy who wrote a fan letter to Commonwealth swimming champion Ross Murdoch got to race his hero in the pool - and beat him."
Lane 2 - Speed Cafe posts "Pro swimmer tackles V8. Olympic and Pan Pacific 200m backstroke champion Tyler Clary is angling for a motorsport career when his top level swimming career finishes taking to the Official V8 Supercars Experience at the Performance Driving Centre with Dunlop Series ace Andre Heimgartner."
Lane 3 - My age group coach from a million years ago. Tuscaloosa News posts "SPORTING LIFE: Ed Reed swims his way to double gold. Reed two-upped himself earlier this month when he traveled to Montreal for the FINA World Masters Championships and returned to Tuscaloosa with two world championships in his age group, 70-74. Representing Crimson Tide Masters, a club team where he is both a coach and competitor, Reed won the 200-meter individual medley and the 400-meter freestyle (5:32.06). He set a world meet record in his age group in the 200 IM, finishing in 2:57.68. In addition to those two gold medals, Reed brought home silver medals in the 100-meter breaststroke (1:28.95) and the 400-meter individual medley (2:31.01) and the bronze medal in the 200-meter breaststroke (3:20.38)."
Lane 4 - BBC posts (w/video) "Which Beyonce song does swimmer Jazz Carlin love?"
Lane 5 - Local 10 posts "Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad honored in Key West. Plaque commemorating her Cuba to Florida swim to be unveiled on Smathers Beach."
Lane 1 - Chicago Tribune posts (w/video) "1936 Olympian's 80-plus years of swimming. Adolph Kiefer, a 96-year-old Chicago area swimmer who won a gold medal in the 1936 Olympics, talks about his lifetime of swimming. Kiefer is also an inventor and innovator of new products related to aquatics competition."
Lane 2 - Mercury News posts "Cal swimmer and Olympic sensation Missy Franklin talks about summer plans Friday at Santa Clara."
Lane 3 - Towleroad posts "Olympic Diving Champ Greg Louganis Judges Jimmy Kimmel Bellyflop Contest: VIDEO."
Lane 4 - The Baltimore Sun posts "Michael Phelps to appear nude in ESPN The Magazine's 'Body Issue'. If you've ever said you've seen enough of Towson-born Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps for one lifetime, I submit to you evidence that you may have spoken too soon. Phelps, the record-setting Olympic swimmer, is one of 22 athletes appearing nude in ESPN The Magazine's The Body Issue, which features photo spreads of the world's top athletes, well, out of uniform."
Lane 5 - News posts "Former Olympic swimmer Michael Klim snapped nude at Croatian nude beach. FORMER Aussie swimming champion Michael Klim has enjoyed a family day out, in the buff! The picture of the 36 year old emerged on his wife’s Instagram page on Monday morning."
Lane 6 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Gina Rinehart turned to Olympic swimmer Grant Hackett for help in family trust battle, court hears. Mining magnate Gina Rinehart asked Olympic swimming champion Grant Hackett to convince her daughter Bianca to withdraw her nomination as trustee of the family's $5 billion trust two days before she was to give evidence in their bitter legal dispute. Bianca described Mr Hackett, who has recently fought a highly publicised battle with prescription medication addiction, as a "dear friend".
Lane 7 - Aqua Passport posts "Olympic Medallist David Davies - Benefits of Aqua Passport. Olympic medallist swimmer, David Davies discusses the importance of water safety and the health benefits associated with swimming."
Lane 8 - Gay Star News posts "High school state swimming champ in Colorado comes out publicly as gay. Jack Thorne: 'I wish we lived in a world where people didn't have to pretend to be something they're not'."
Lane 3 - EMAG posts "Davies backs swimming funding. Sharron Davies: “We fund our athletes fantastically now. The lottery makes a massive difference.” Sharron Davies believes the future of British swimming is in healthy shape ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games."
Lane 4 - Watches2u posts "Maurice Lacroix and James Magnussen join forces. Maurice Lacroix the luxury Swiss watch brand have officially signed World Champion and Olympic Swimmer James Magnussen. The unique watch designer that is renowed for its authenticity and craftsmanship since its launch in 1975, launches the new Pontos S range. James Magnussen - nicknamed "The Missle" is also know as an elite world class athelete in his field making this the perfect ambassador for the brand."
Lane 5 - This Is The West County posts "Swimmer Mark Foster to open refurbished Taunton Pool. Former world champion and Olympian swimmer Mark Foster is to open the refurbished swimming pool in Station Road, Taunton."
Lane 6 - Technology Tell posts "FINIS AquaPulse Heart Rate Monitor: For Swimmers, by Swimmers. The monitor slips under your goggle strap and the soft rubber clip attaches to your earlobe. There are no straps and no watch necessary to check your pulse. The information is audible, set to convey at an interval of your choice. The coolest part is there is no ear bud. The device speaks your heart rate into your ear as you move through the water via Bone Conduction technology. Awesome! The company boasts that the FINIS AquaPulse is “made for swimmers, by swimmers”
Lane 8 - Heraldnet posts "Everett pool’s classes get adults into the swim of things. Water is all around us, but perhaps you’ve never learned to swim.It’s not too late.It’s never too late, says Dale Cary, who teaches beginning swimming to adults at Forest Park Swim Center in Everett. Over the years Cary also has participated in U.S. Masters Swimming competitions and he swims laps as often as he can. He is proud of his own kids, who also are good swimmers.In short, Cary loves to swim and he is eager to help other people develop a similar interest."