Lane 1 - Daily Mail posts "'I'm thrilled!': Former Australian Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice continues to pursue her dreams as she partners up with healthy food producer Bioglan. She is forever posting inspirational healthy food options onto her Instagram account. And now former Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice has partnered up with Bioglan healthy foods to help promote their superfoods range."
Lane 2 - Adidas Swim posts "Ian Thorpe Interview. During his visit to the European Swimming Championships in Berlin, we sat down with five-time Olympic gold medalist Ian Thorpe to discuss what made him the swimmer he is, his working relationship with adidas and his favourite moments in the pool."
Lane 3 - The Japan Times posts "Olympic swimmer Ye enters college. The 18-year-old Ye told local media she plans to study law, but will have to balance classes with training for next month’s Asian Games at Incheon, South Korea."
Lane 4 - The New Zealand Herald posts "The rise and rise of New Zealand's face of swimming."
Lane 5 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "US swimmer keen on V8 career. Heard the one about the Olympic champion swimmer who wants to one day race a V8 Supercar? It might sound like the start to a bad joke but, if he gets his way, it's exactly the path American 200m backstroke champion Tyler Clary wants his sporting career to take. The 2012 London gold medallist made the most of a trip to Australia to take a spin in a V8 following last week's Pan Pacific Championships on the Gold Coast. Clary spent Thursday ripping around the V8 Supercars Official Driving Experience course in Queensland behind the wheel of a Holden Commodore - the first time he had taken control of a right-hand drive vehicle."
Lane 6 - The Pueblo Chieftain posts "Beard: ‘Believe in yourself’. Amanda Beard was born to swim but she had to overcome some self-doubt and obstacles to realize her Olympic dreams."
Lane 7 - KIVI-TV posts "Olympic Gold Medalist Teaches Swim Clinic. Olympic Gold Medalist Dara Torres provided tips for local swimmers Sunday in order to raise money for Aquability, a non-profit meant to help those with disability learn how to swim."
Lane 8 - Hackney Gazette posts "Olympic gold medallist to make splash at London Fields. Four time Olympic gold medallist Becky Adlington will be making an appearance at London Fields Lido this month to encourage more people to swim regularly."