Lane 1 - Mancunian Matters posts "The final length: Stockport's Double Commonwealth champion swimmer James Goddard announces retirement. Double Commonwealth Champion James Goddard will not be defending his titles next summer in Glasgow after announcing his retirement from swimming on Twitter earlier today."
Lane 2 - Go Swim posts "Breaststroke - Playing with Rate. Learning better breaststroke sometimes means lengthening the stroke to the point where it becomes uncomfortable. In this drill, we had access to the Endless Pool Elite. The benefit of doing this drill in the Endless Pool is that the water speed is consistent through the entire process. What we changed was the tempo, or rate, of the swimmer's stroke. Using the FINIS Tempo Trainer Pro, we determined a comfortable rate for the water speed, and then pushed the tempo a bit slower and slower."
Lane 3 - Newswire posts "At Amritavarsham 60, Olympic Swimmer Matti Rajakyla Shares His Story. At the height of his success, Matti represented Finland at the Olympic Games in 2004 and 2008. But reaching the heights of success in his chosen sport did not give him happiness ...until now."
Lane 4 - The Baltimore Sun posts "Deborah Phelps dives into role as director of education foundation. Mother of Olympic swimmer seeks to raise awareness and funding."
Lane 5 - WCNC posts (w/video) "Larry's Look | Catching up former Olympian Summer Sanders. Summer Sanders pursues and achieves excellence in all facets of her career, whether it’s in front of the camera or in the swimming pool."
Lane 6 - Hollywood posts "Olympian Giaan Rooney pregnant. Former Olympic swimmer Giaan Rooney is to be a first-time mum. The Australian gold medalist and her husband Sam Levett are expecting their first child next year."
Lane 7 - Aqua Sphere Swim posts "Aqua Sphere Swim - Felicity. The versatility of the Felicity swimsuit gives it an uncompromising advantage - it's just as comfortable during your swim workout as it is when you're relaxing poolside!"
Lane 8 - US Masters Swimming posts "Is Masters Swimming on Your Résumé? Getting a fin up on the competition. An individual who competes in swim meets—accustomed to pressure and stress in competition—might have a disciplined and focused nature and might be seen as well-suited to a high-powered sales job. A lap swimmer might be mentally determined and goal-oriented and suited to extended projects."