Lane 1 - Reuters posts "Swimming-Sprint king Adrian unafraid of Phelps. As the reigning Olympic champion in the 100 metres freestyle, Nathan Adrian knows what it is like to hunt and be hunted in the water."
Lane 2 - TV Jersey posts "Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps Visits Harrahs Pool Atlantic City. Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps visits the Pool After Dark at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. Interview with Marc Berman on the Red Carpet."
Lane 3 - The Washington Post has "In Fort Lauderdale, a hall of fame to dive deep into. The International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is packed with aquatic memorabilia, artwork, film clips, bathing suits and hundreds of surprising finds."
Lane 4 - Today posts "Olympian Amy Van Dyken-Rouen on faith, recovery and if she'll walk again. Champion swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen says she's a more spiritual person since the June ATV accident that severed her spine and left her paralyzed."
Lane 5 - The Journal posts "Will swimming champion Chris Cook make a splash with his new business? An Olympic and Commonwealth swimming champion from the North East is hoping to make a splash with his new business venture – a unique swimming academy."
Lane 6 - Asia One posts "Thumbs up for Schooling. If all goes well, Joseph Schooling is on track to be among the world's best swimmers at the 2016 Rio Olympics. That's the assessment of three-time United States Olympic champion Nathan Adrian, who is in town for the Prudential Singapore Swim Stars starting on Friday."
Lane 7 - Magic FM 1054 posts "Mark Foster puts Justin Wilkes through his paces with a swimming masterclass."
Lane 8 - Yahoo Sport posts "Swimming - Hardy retracing her roots after stormy few years. After years of turbulence, Jessica Hardy has gone full circle, returning to the event that launched her rocky swimming career."