Lane 1 - The Hollywood Reporter posts "Michael Phelps Strips Down to His Tan Lines For ESPN the Magazine's 'Body Issue'. The Olympic swimmer is back from retirement — and in the buff — as he joins Paralympian Amy Purdy, Venus Williams and U.S. soccer star Omar Gonzalez, who all stripped for the special issue." Meanwhile ESPN posts "Phelps, Lochte to swim in Georgia. Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will resume their comebacks during a special meet at the University of Georgia this week. The Bulldog Grand Slam will feature some of the top teams in the country, including Phelps' North Baltimore Aquatic Club and Lochte's SwimMAC Carolina team based in Charlotte."
Lane 2 - news.com.au posts (w/video) "Olympian Sally Hunter’s journey to gold in the Commonwealth Games is all in the family. ADELAIDE Olympian Sally Hunter’s road to this month’s Glasgow Commonwealth Games has had twists and turns — but they pale in comparison to her great aunt’s journey to the 1936 Berlin Olympics."
Lane 3 - Herald Sun posts "Australian veteran swimmer Bronte Barratt still doing it for the love. BRONTE Barratt is the most successful and enduring Australian swimmer you still do not know. Barratt, 25, will celebrate her 10th year on the Australian team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, having debuted at national level at the 2005 world titles in Montreal."
Lane 4 - Business Standard posts "Triple Olympic champion Stephanie Rice to help Indian swimming. Stephanie Rice, Australia's triple Olympic champion who called time on her illustrious swimming career in April this year at the age of 25, has joined sports management firm Rhiti Sports with an aim to improve the overall health of the water sport in India."
Lane 1 - Daily Pilot posts "Aaron Peirsol to start work as Newport Beach lifeguard on Saturday. Peirsol, the five-time Olympic gold medalist as a swimmer, enjoys his life on the peninsula in Newport Beach. He has been busy preparing for a fun, yet rigorous job. Peirsol will start work as a Newport Beach lifeguard Saturday. For those who know him, and I am among the fortunate, they can say, "That's so Aaron."
Lane 2 - CBS Los Angeles posts (w/video) "4-Time Olympic Gold Medal Winner Leads Latest Record-Breaking Swim Lesson. Former Olympic gold medalist Janet Evans was joined by hundreds of swimmers of all ages Friday in La Mirada to take part in a nationwide effort to set a new world record for the largest swim lesson."
Lane 3 - Yahoo Sports posts "Camp Bowman: Michael Phelps and world's elite swimmers sign up for unique blend of grueling training and pain with eyes on Rio."
Lane 4 - NBC Bay Area posts (w/video) "Michael Phelps Photobombs NBC Bay Area News Crew."
Lane 5 - King5 posts "Olympian Ariana Kukors 'un-retires,' making a comeback. She has been our colleague, our friend, and a local businesswoman. It has been the life, after swimming, for Ariana Kukors. She spent the Sochi Olympics serving as a special correspondent for our local newscasts. It was there, while watching the Olympic cauldron, that something sparked within the 25-year-old."
Lane 6 - Money posts "Swimming Pools: Valuable Home Upgrade or Just a Pain in the Wallet? The average inground pool costs about $22,000. Worth it? Yeah, but not because it will increase your resale value."