Lane 1 - NBC Sports posts "Katie Ledecky swims wearing cap of student seriously hurt in car crash. In the first meet of her senior year, Katie Ledecky wore a cap belonging to a swimmer from another school who was seriously injured in a car crash."
Lane 2 - AsiaOne posts "Sky's the limit for swimmers: Renowned physiologist Dr Mujika. Humans are arguably near the limits of elite performance in some sports, where records are either marginally improved, or stagnant for years. But Dr Inigo Mujika believes there is still potential for top athletes to make significant headway in swimming. He said: "Swimming is a sport where there is still room for improvement because it is not land-based and we are land animals."
Lane 3 - Daily Mail posts "Fitness with friends! Olympic gold medalist Ian Thorpe walks from Bronte to Bondi with his bestie Simone Kessell from hit TV show Wonderland and energetic puppy." Daily Mail posts "Keeping those size 17 feet in shape! Ian Thorpe enjoys some pampering by getting a manicure and pedicure with friend Cheyenne Tozzi. hey're the famously large feet that helped push Ian Thorpe to victory countless times in the pool. And it appears the Olympic swimmer still keeps his oversized assets in top condition, after he was spotted getting a mani-pedi in Cronulla on Friday. The Australian sporting star looked to be having a good laugh as he posed for a photo posted on his friend Cheyenne Tozzi's Instagram account, the model also cracking up as the pair sat in large armchairs with their feet in baths of water at a nail salon."
Lane 4 - IFP posts "John Leonard called out Ye at Olympics. ohn Leonard wants to tell London swim parents the 10 most important things they should know. It will be interesting to see if his opinion of Olympic champ Ye Shiwen leaks into that discussion."
Lane 6 - Long Beach Press-Telegram posts "Master swimmer Glenn Gruber winning it all, finally. Glenn Gruber, 65, of Pasadena, a retired school teacher, and holds a couple of world records in Masters competitive free style swimming for his age group-65-69. Five days a week he practices at 5:30 a.m. at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center to compete in future swim competitions."