Lane 1 - The Cornell Daily Sun posts "Olympic Champion Mark Spitz Speaks on Path to Success."
Lane 2 - The Race Club posts "Swimisodes - Freestyle - Head Position. Many freestylers swim with their heads too high. In a crowded swimming pool, swimmers often look forward, hoping to avoid a collision with one of their teammates. These defensive swimming techniques create a bad habit that slows them down. In this Swimisodes, world record holder and Olympic champ Roland Schoeman and Open Water Swimmer Lexie Kelly show how head elevation slows their swimming techniques while Japanese champion, Junya Koga, swims freestyle the way we teach at The Race Club almost effortlessly with his head in the correct swimming technique. http://shop.theraceclub.com/store/tra..."
Lane 3 - Fox Sports posts "James Magnussen at loggerheads with Swimming Australia over his choice of coaches. JAMES Magnussen’s war with Swimming Australia has gone public after the sport’s bosses rubbished the world champion’s decision to ignore their advice and choose little known swim coaches Mitch and Lach Falvey to guide his pursuit of 2016 Rio Olympic gold."
Lane 4 - USC Trojans posts "Salo Named U.S. Women's Coach For 2015 FINA World Championships. Second straight assignment for ninth-year Trojan coach at world meet."
Lane 5 - Daily Record posts "Perth swimmer Stephen Milne has "the potential to medal at Rio de Janeiro". Perth swim star Stephen Milne splashed into the spotlight earlier this year following a glittering performance at the Commonwealth Games. And the former Perth Academy pupil recently received a funding boost from British Swimming after being picked out as a potential medal winner at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro."
Lane 6 - Gulf Times posts "Lochte, Hosszu, Gyurta confirm for FINA worlds. After a record number of athletes registered to compete at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships, organisers today confirmed part of the star-studded line-up of swimmers that will compete in Doha from December 3-7."
Lane 7 - Chaîne de Swim For Life Brussels posts "S4L FAQ English. You want to register for Swim for Life but still have some questions? Take a look here :)"
Lane 8 - Cuban News Agency posts "Cuban Swimmer Has Outstanding performance in Veracruz Games. Cuban Elisbet Gamez won the bronze medal in the swimming event of women's 200 meter freestyle at the Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014, to give the Caribbean nation its second medal in the sport."