Lane 1 - The Futon Critic posts "Michael Phelps Tests His Game and Faces Surprise "Gold Medal Showdown" on Season Finale of Golf Channel's "The Haney Project," Monday, April 29. Bruce Jenner, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mike Eruzione and Seth Westcott will also appear in said finale."
Lane 2 - PR Newsire posts "History Is Made: American Honey® Hosts First-ever Times Square Kickball Game With Gold Medal Swimmer Ryan Lochte And Pro Football Star Donovan McNabb. Celebrity Kickball Game Celebrates Launch of American Honey's Bar-sity Athletics Social Sports Program; Charity Donation Made to Boston-area Red Cross."
Lane 3 - BG Swimming posts via youtube "Michael Jamieson: "Sign Up to SwimBritain". Fancy having Olympic silver medalist, Michael Jamieson, on your SwimBritain team? Sign-up today at www.swimbritain.co.uk"
Lane 4 - Windy City Times posts "Smelts mark 25 years in the pool. Paul Mittleman has been swimming for the predominantly gay Chicago Smelts for 24 of the team's 25 years—longer than some of his teammates have even been alive. "Swimming is still fun and still a great workout. Plus, I have made lots of friends and gotten to know quite a number of people through the Smelts." The Smelts this year feature 133 members on the co-ed club, with 64 percent male swimmers."
Lane 5 - Outsports posts "Gay High School Swim Captain Makes A Splash Standing Up For Rights."
Lane 6 - The Age posts (w/video) "Celebrity Splash is almost here...Which brings us to Celebrity Splash, which premieres on Channel Seven this week. It's no secret the main reason most of the audience will be tuning in is to see belly flops and Speedo wedgies, but there is potential for something to go seriously wrong. In the US where the series is on air at present, three contestants have been injured (a ruptured eardrum, bruised ribs and bruised kidneys) but are still diving."
Lane 7 - Redstone Rocket posts "Olympic gold medalist encourages swimming lessons. Cullen Jones nearly drowned as a child but grew up to become one of the world’s fastest swimmers. The U.S. Olympic gold medalist visited Huntsville on Thursday to springboard the community swimming lessons at Alabama A&M University’s Wellness Center. “It’s a lifesaving skill,” Jones, 29, said."
Lane 8 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Sprenger calls on Hackett. London Olympic silver medallist Christian Sprenger has called for former champion Grant Hackett to return to the Australian swim team as a mentor, to help fill the leadership gap and develop a new team captain. The Australian team has not had a captain since Hackett retired in 2008 and Sprenger, now one of the veterans of the team, said he did not believe there was anyone currently capable of stepping up to the role."