Lane 1 - The Free Press Journal posts "Olympic champion swimmer Agnel not to defend world title. Olympic and World 200 metres freestyle champion Yannick Agnel said that he will end his season after suffering from pleurisy, dropping off the chance to defend his title at the World Championships in August."
Lane 2 - USA Swimming posts "Dara Torres on 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming Returning to Omaha."
Lane 3 - Today posts "Kids hate sunscreen, cold water? Olympian Dara Torres helps with pool problems. Torres' daughter Tessa, now 9, loves swimming these days, but in the beginning her mom needed to mastermind clever ways to help Tessa agree to wear sunscreen, put her face in the water and adjust to sometimes-chilly pool temperatures. If you're struggling with similar issues this summer, check out Torres' tips to keep swimming fun and safe for young kids."
Lane 4 - East Anglian Daily Times posts "For gold medal-winning swimmer Karen Pickering trips to the pool these days often involve more splashing and giggling than anything else."
Lane 5 - Parenting posts "Olympic Medalist: Swim Lessons Can Fight the Drowning Epidemic. "Swim lessons are recommended as soon as a child can sit up on their own....It only increases their comfort and their awareness," says Olympic gold medalist Jessica Hardy."
Lane 6 - The Irish Times posts "Fiona Doyle first Irish swimmer to qualify for Rio Olympics. Dubliner makes final of 100m breaststroke at World University Games in South Korea."
Lane 7 - Washington Post has "Transgender swimmer now on Harvard men's team. Harvard recruited Schuyler Bailar, 19, to swim on its women's team. Next season, he'll swim for the men's team after his transition, becoming the first openly transgender collegiate swimmer in U.S. history."
Lane 8 - The News & Observer posts "Olympic swimmer advises kids to enjoy the sport. Speaking to a group of young summer-league swimmers, Raleigh native Charlie Houchin said his best memory of the 2012 London Olympics didn’t happen at a pool. The gold medalist looks back on that first night in the Olympic Village, instead, when he and his fellow swimmers skipped the opening ceremonies only to be awoken by fireworks from the nearby event. With their hopes of getting a good night’s sleep dashed, Houchin said, he and Micheal Phelps embraced the situation and walked outside to enjoy the show."