Lane 1 - Daily Reporter posts "Fiesta Bowl to donate $10,000 to former Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen's charity. Fiesta Bowl officials announce the donation Saturday to Amy's Army. The nonprofit started by Van Dyken-Rouen will give financial assistance to paralysis sufferers whose health insurance won't cover needed equipment."
Lane 2 - Gay News Network posts "GET IN THE SWIM OF THINGS WITH BRISBANE’S AQUALICIOUS. Team Aqualicious is Brisbane's Masters swim team open to friends and members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. The team welcomes new members of all age and experience levels to its inclusive environment."
Lane 3 - Asia One posts "'My biggest talent'. In his 47 years as a swim coach in the United States, Eddie Reese has produced former world-record holders and Olympic gold medallists such as Aaron Peirsol, Ian Crocker and Brendan Hansen. The 73-year-old American has also led the University of Texas at Austin swim team to 10 National Collegiate Athletic Association team championships since 1979. But he has never seen anyone as talented as Singapore's swim sensation Joseph Schooling, who is a freshman at the University of Texas in Austin and now trains under Reese."
Lane 4 - Brisbane Times posts "Mack Horton tests himself against the greats. On Sunday night, Horton was able to give himself a big tick when he became the fourth fastest Australian 1500-metre freestyler, when he won the national title in Brisbane at the selection trials for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. His time of 14 minutes 51.55 seconds has, in Australian terms, only been bettered by Hackett, Perkins and contemporary rival Jordan Harrison."