Lane 1 - ShinyShiny posts "Speedo Fastskin LZR Racer X Swimsuit: Can it really help you swim faster? Now Speedo has unveiled a swimsuit that, while it doesn’t feature onboard heated filaments (that would be kind of dangerous in the water), is made of special fabrics which, the Australian manufacturer claims, can offer muscle compression and support in all the right places."
Lane 2 - Swimming Canada posts "Canada's Swim Team PSA :50."
Lane 3 - KSAT12 posts (w/video) "2016 Olympic swimming team to hold training camp at Northside Swim Center. The 2016 Olympic swimming team will hold a training camp in San Antonio at the Northside Swim Center, the team announced Thursday. The athletes who will represent Team USA in Rio de Janeiro at the 2016 Olympic Games will train at the center July 13-21, 2016."
Lane 4 - Daily News posts "Rebecca Adlington jokingly compares baby bump with husband Harry Needs. Rebecca Adlington has shared an amusing Instagram photo of herself comparing her baby bump to another one – her husband Harry Needs' fake "bump". The Olympic swimmer captured the funny moment on camera, showing that both she and Harry are completely in sync. "He's so competitive, he had to have the bigger bump!! #whoworeitbest #bumpoff @harryneeds," Becky wrote alongside the photo of the couple matching in black gym gear."
Lane 5 - NBC Sports posts "Missy Franklin’s dream to become most decorated female swimmer ever."
Lane 6 - Western Morning News posts "Sharron Davies encourages kids fitness. Olympic swimming star, Gladiator supreme, TV presenter and now proud mum. Sharron Davies is a big believer in being physically fit, as her latest campaign to get Britain cycling proves, Martin Freeman spoke to her."
Lane 7 - U.S. Masters Swimming posts "April is Adult Learn-to-Swim Month. USMS Executive Director Rob Butcher on the Swimming Saves Lives Foundation's "April is Adult Learn-to-Swim Month" campaign."
Lane 8 - DNA posts "Fitness post-marathon. Firstly, congratulations on finishing your Marathon. Hope you achieved your personal best... This is progress. But we are sure that your body must be sore after the run and hence the first thing you should do is rest. It will be a week or so before your body recovers and your muscle soreness almost disappears. However, in the week 'after' you must have massages and rest well... which means no running but yes... very light activity like walking and swimming is good."