Lane 1 - The Baltimore Sun posts (w/video) "Phelps, Maryland's Olympians to be honored at ceremony today. Swimmer will also serve as honorary captain of Ravens game tonight."
Lane 2 - ABC News post via youtube "Ryan Lochte Shows Off His Abs on 'Good Afternoon America'. The 11-time Olympic medalist sits down with Lara Spencer and Josh Elliott."
Lane 3 - Shoreham Herald posts "Herald reporter gets into the pool for Olympic challenge. The Herald team have been soaking up some of that inspiration, with reporter Alex Therrien taking on a swimming training session...WATCHING Michael Phelps power home into the history books by becoming the most successful Olympian of all time, I was inspired to grab a pair of swimming goggles and get into the pool."
Lane 4 - UT San Diego posts "Kostich sinks competitors in elite swim contest. Sunday was the 82nd annual La Jolla Rough Water Swim in the cove. About 1,600 people from age seven to 85 took to the water, braving a strong current and competing in either the 250 yard, the one mile or the three mile Gatorman event. Don’t expect elite swimmer Alex Kostich of Los Angeles to don an “Old Guys Rule” t-shirt anytime soon. At 42, Kostich can still beat the Speedos off his competition."
Lane 5 - AGI.it posts "Pellegrini can't wait to get back to work. Swimmer Pellegrini said she has other projects for her future and can't wait to get back to work. "I have other projects in my life. I'm looking forward to getting back to work", Federica Pellegrini told a press conference shortly before joining the jury of tonight's first event of the 2012 Miss Italia beauty contest in Montecatini Terme. Pellegrini, who was wearing an elegant sand-coloured long dress, will act as president of the jury tonight."
Lane 6 - GMA posts "12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin proud to be Pinay. In a report of Oscar Oida for GMA Network's “News to Go” program on September 7, Coughlin said, “My mom is half Filipino, my grandma is from Cavite and they raised me with a lot of Filipino culture.” “Where I went to my first nine years in school, kindergarten through eighth grade was primarily a Filipino school. I was very much exposed to the Filipino culture,” Coughlin said."
Lane 7 - Team USA posts via youtube "Quick and Easy Ways to Boost Your Snacks: Start Like A Champion With Summer Sanders. Join Olympic champion Summer Sanders and USOC dietitian Alicia Kendig as they explore some quick and easy ways to spice up every day snacks."
Lane 8 - Daily Mail posts "Meet the lifeguard of the future: Japanese designers create swimming robot modelled on Olympic athletes. The days of human lifeguards watching over us on the beach are numbered. Or at least they will be if the Japanese have got anything to do with it."