Lane 1 - Reach For The Wall posts "Bruce Gemmell honored as ASCA Coach of the Year. For the second straight year, Nation’s Capital Swim Club Coach Bruce Gemmell was recognized for his role in the engineering the stunning success of two-time All-Met Swimmer of the Year Katie Ledecky during the 2013-14 season, as well as his work this summer coaching his son, Andrew Gemmell, to open water gold at the Pan Pacific Championships."
Lane 2 - Speedo France posts "Speedo - Maillots de bain techniques. Découvrez les détails de nos maillots de bains techniques conçus pour améliorer votre position hydrodynamique et ainsi améliorer votre position du corps. Technologie développée par le Speedo Aqualab."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts "Yannick Agnel leaves Bob Bowman; other top swimmers split with coaches. Yannick Agnel is no longer training under Bob Bowman, deciding to leave Baltimore and return to France under a new coach."
Lane 4 - Gazzetta del Sud posts "Pellegrini drops Lucas, set to focus on 200m. Italian star says still friends with Frenchman. Italy's former Olympic and world swimming world champion Federica Pellegrini announced Tuesday that she is parting company with French coach Philippe Lucas."
Lane 5 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Magnussen splits with coach ahead of Rio. Australian swimming star James Magnussen says he's decided to split with long-time coach Brant Best to reinvigorate himself ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games."
Lane 6 - Daily Mail posts "Is that really necessary? Michael Klim wears a hairnet to inspect his cosmetics range in a factory ... even though he's bald. He’s known for his distinct lack of hair. But Michael Klim was still sure to wear a hairnet when he visited the factory where his skin and body care range, Milk & Co, is manufactured on Tuesday."
Lane 7 - Speedo UK posts "Deep water triathlon race starts with Dan Bullock. Swim for Tri coach, Dan Bullock, gives his top tips on deep water race starts."
Lane 8 - WFPL posts "No Performance-Enhancing Drugs Needed in Theatre 's Strong, Swift 'Red Speedo'. Not a word is wasted in Hnath’s tight, emotional story about an aspiring Olympic swimmer who wins big while taking performance-enhancing drugs."