Lane 1 - News.com posts "AUSTRALIAN swimming legend Ian Thorpe will make his return to public life on Channel 10’s Commonwealth Games coverage in Glasgow. While Thorpe was recently struck down physically and mentally by complications arising from shoulder surgery, he yesterday signed a contract with Ten for a major role at the Games starting July 24."
Lane 2 - Curbed LA posts "New Hollywood Pool and Fancy Poolhouse Will Arrive For Winter. Construction is advancing on a revamped Hollywood Pool complex that will include not just a new pool but a '50s-inspired pool house, designed by Frank Webb Architects, that will house men's and women's changing rooms and bag check areas, reports the Larchmont Buzz."
Lane 3 - OC Register posts "Athletes show support for one of their own. Corey Okubo and many of his fellow competitors at the TYR Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions made time Saturday to remember a legend in the sport enduring a challenging time. The recent University graduate was among the dozens of swimmers who gathered in the diving pool during prelims to snap a tribute photo for six-time Olympic gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen, who was recently injured in a near-fatal ATV accident that severed her spine."
Lane 4 - The Republic posts "A 95-year-old Arkansas man has set a new national record for his age group in the 100-meter breaststroke. The Southwest Times Record reports that Bud Jackson, of Fort Smith, broke a 16-year-old U.S. Masters Swimming record in the 100-meter breaststroke recently in Bentonville."