Lane 1 - The Morning Call posts " Olympic swimmer Cullen Jones to help open Wildwater Kingdom season. Cullen Jones, who says he's giving back to swimming, will be at Dorney Park Saturday."
Lane 2 - Arena posts "Ranomi Kromowidjojo & Jacco Verhaeren go Head to Head. We asked Ranomi Kromowidjojo & Jacco Verhaeren to complete a series of sentences for us. Listen as they share with us their inner most thoughts and feelings on the wonderful sport of swimming…."
Lane 3 - The Vancouver Sun posts "Swim star Ryan Lochte headlines Zajac meet; so what will he do? Olympic, TV reality 'dude' hoping to make a big splash at UBC this weekend. The Mel Zajac Jr swim meet at UBC has had its share of headliners over its 50-year history but it has never had an 11-time Olympic medallist with his own reality TV show. Ryan Lochte is the dude, his show is entitled What Would Ryan Lochte Do? and the question for him Wednesday was: Hey, Ryan, what are you going to do at the Zajac meet?"
Lane 4 - La Gazzetta dell Sport posts "Pellegrini and Magnini split "Our love story is over". In a joint statement given to ANSA, the two swimmers announced their decision: "Our feelings have faded, and the things that have been written over the last few weeks aren’t true"
Lane 5 - Community Impact posts "Waterloo Swim School. Longtime swimmer dives into teaching lessons. A California native, Mike Varozza grew up swimming, a passion that would lead him to qualify for the 1988 Olympic trials, compete in U.S. Masters Swimming and later motivate him to open a swim school. “I found my way back in swimming,” he said. “I’ve always enjoyed the sport and teaching specifically.”
Lane 6 - BBC posts "David Carry takes on Swimming Scotland role. Double Commonwealth Games gold medallist David Carry has been appointed to the board of directors at Swimming Scotland."
Lane 7 - Speedo UK posts "Swim Drills - Head Up Drill with Stuart Hayes and Michelle Dillon."
Lane 8 - WeHoVille posts (w/photos) "8 Shots of Speedo Speaker Michael Crosby Addressing WeHo’s City Council; Nearly Naked, Obviously. Talk about a fish out of water. File this one away in the “only in WeHo” category: In only a Speedo, local water polo player Michael Crosby took to the public comment podium at Monday night’s City Council meeting to express his approval of the city’s plans to build a whole new recreation center, including two pools on the rooftop."