Lane 1 - SI Kids posts "Olympic Legend Dara Torres Declares Swimming the "Funnest" Sport."
Lane 2 - The Courier Mail posts "Ian Thorpe’s emotional interview with Sir Michael Parkinson CBE. With no questions off limits, Parkinson explores the private and sometimes troubled world of Australia’s sporting legend and confronts the persisting rumours surrounding his sexuality."
Lane 3 - MLB posts "Olympic swimmer Janet Evans joins the booth. Former Olympic swimmer Janet Evans visits the Angels' broadcast booth to discus her charity endeavors."
Lane 4 - All Africa posts "Queen of Swim Kirsty Targets for Rio Olympic Glory. SEVEN-TIME Olympic medallist Kirsty Coventry has announced she is returning to her usual United States base to begin preparations for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil which could well be her last Olympics."
Lane 5 - Thats Racin posts "Olympic gold-medal swimmer Tyler Clary to try his hand in a race car at Charlotte Motor Speedway."
Lane 6 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts (w/video) "Australia's Commonwealth Games swimming uniforms criticised by fashion experts. Australia's Commonwealth Games swim team revealed their new uniforms to concerns the kit draws attention to exactly the wrong area: the athletes' crotches. Designed by Speedo, the women's one-piece cossie and towel feature haphazardly overlapping yellow and green kangaroos, emus and maps of Australia."
Lane 7 - Gulf Times posts "Proud dad Kitajima targets fifth Olympics in Rio. Even with a new job and nappy-changing duties, Japan’s former Olympic swim king Kosuke Kitajima has not ruled out competing at the 2016 Rio Games, having rejected retirement. The 31-year-old, who recently became a proud father, told AFP that his goals had shifted but his desire to race remained undiminished, despite flopping at last month’s Japan Open."
Lane 8 - NBC Bay Area posts (w/video) "Santa Clara Hopes to Lure Swimming Hall of Fame with New Aquatics Center. Santa Clara wants to build a new $60 million complex to replace its aging swim center, boosting the city's chances of becoming home of the International Swimming Hall of Fame."