Lane 1 - USC Anneberg posts (w/video) "USC Alumna Trains for Next Olympics. A former world-class swimmer announced that she would come out of retirement and try her hand at the Olympic Games once again. Ariana Kukors thought she was finished swimming after she participated in the 2012 Olympics, but her passion for the sport made her rethink her decision and led her to train for the 2016 Olympics."
Lane 2 - The Boston Globe posts "Michael Phelps enters treatment program after DUI arrest. Putting his swimming career on hold after his second DUI arrest, Olympic champion Michael Phelps began a six-week program Sunday that he said ‘‘will provide the help I need to better understand myself.’’ The winningest athlete in Olympic history made the announcement in a series of posts on his Twitter account." AP posts "Phelps Enters Rehab Following Arrest."
Lane 3 - Access Hollywood posts "Healthy Hollywood: Natalie Coughlin’s Race For Greatness. Swimming superstar Natalie Coughlin has medaled in every Olympic event in which she’s competed. But, don’t think the 12-time medalist is ready to get out of the water anytime soon. The 32-year-old already has her eye on the 2016 games in Rio."
Lane 4 - The Denver Post has "Colorado's Missy Franklin, Kara Lynn Joyce "Touch the Wall" in film. "Touch the Wall," a feature-length documentary film about Colorado's Olympic swim champions Missy Franklin and Kara Lynn Joyce, will have its world premiere Saturday, Nov. 15, at 2 p.m. at Denver's Buell Theatre as part of the Starz Denver Film Festival."
Lane 5 - Daily Telegraph posts "Olympic medallist swimmer Rebecca Adlington to show Carsington and Hopton Primary School pupils how it's done."
Lane 6 - Milwaukee Courier posts "California 16-Year-old’s “Black Splash” Beats Michael Phelps’ 12 Year Olympic Rec."
Lane 7 - Kidsafe Victoria posts "Olympic Swimmer Matt Welsh on Pool Safety. Matt Welsh shares some important safety messages."
Lane 8 - Gay News Network posts "GLAMOURHEAD SHARKS BREAK AUSTRALIAN MEN'S RELAY RECORD. The Glamourhead Sharks have broken an Australian record in the men's relay, demonstrating the national competitiveness of Melbourne's LGBTI swimming club. The four man-team, comprising Mark Sendecky, 31, Malcolm Campbell, 43, Kodie Webb, 35, and Alan Godfrey, 57, swam the 800-metre freestyle race in 9 minutes, 40.91 seconds, to shave one second off the previous Australian Masters record. The Glamourheads were 47 seconds faster than the second place-getters from the Powerpoints club and almost a minute quicker than the men from the Nunawading Orcas."