Lane 1 - The State Press posts "Misty Hyman's analytical approach revolutionizing ASU swimming. Senior Alysha Bush and freshman Claire Fisch are among those reaping the benefits."
Lane 2 - NYDN posts "Gold medal swimmer Missy Franklin fills in gap between her Olympic glory and Rio failure in ‘Relentless Spirit’. The book is written with her parents, D.A. and Dick Franklin, a doctor and a business consultant, whose love and support for their only daughter has been unrelenting throughout."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts "Michael Phelps, Katinka Hosszu win Swimmer of the Year; Katie Ledecky also honored. As Katie Ledecky‘s dominance has grown the last three years, the same woman has earned FINA’s Female Swimmer of the Year three straight times. That would be Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu. Michael Phelps and Hosszu were named this year’s Swimmer of the Year honorees on Sunday, the awards based largely on Rio Olympic performances."
Lane 4 - BBC posts "Ross Murdoch ready to 'move on' from Rio Olympics disappointment."
Lane 1 - CTV posts "Olympian to entrepreneur: Phelps makes his next plunge. Michael Phelps wants to dive into Silicon Valley's investment opportunities as he tries to make the transition from Olympic swimming star and product pitchman to entrepreneur. "I would love to get involved, whether it's in a couple little startups here and there, take a little risk, have some fun and see where it goes," Phelps said in an interview during a recent visit to San Jose, California while appearing at an Intuit software conference."
Lane 2 - E! posts "Michael Phelps Gives His Son a Swim Lesson--and So Baby Boomer's Quest for Olympic Gold Begins."
Lane 3 - Fox Sports posts "Hungary's swim head resigns ahead of hosting 2017 worlds. The head of Hungary's swimming federation says he is resigning, less than a year before the country will host the 2017 world championships. Calls for the ouster of Tamas Gyarfas, who first became federation president in 1993, have been led by three-time Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu, who called him the ''most harmful factor'' for Hungarian swimming."
Lane 4 - Perth Now posts "Budgy smuggler creator, Peter Travis passes away aged 89. Peter Travis was the man who dived in at the deep end to create the swimming briefs favoured by Aussie beachgoers and Olympic swimmers for generations. Mr Travis, a Sydney ceramic artist, designer and teacher born in Manly, was working for Speedo in 1960 when his boss urged him to recreate the Hawaiian shorts, then popular overseas."
Lane 1 - TMZ posts (w/video) "RYAN LOCHTE - MICHAEL PHELPS RETIRED FOR GOOD?... I Ain't Buyin' It."
Lane 2 - Page Six posts "Olympic swimmer recalls near-death drowning experience. When Jones’ mom took him for swimming lessons: “It took five different teachers to get comfortable. I started to learn at the YMCA, then [the Newark Swim Team] really cultivated my swimming skills.”
Lane 3 - Sporting News posts "Michael Phelps struggling to comprehend Olympic success. "Honestly it'll take years before I can fully comprehend everything that has happened in my career," he said Monday night at USA Swimming's Golden Goggles Awards."
Lane 4 - TODAY posts "Joseph Schooling calls for better support for local athletes. “When I race, what’s on my chest? It’s not my name, it’s the Singapore flag. Do you think it’s fair my parents pay all this money and suffer for me to represent my country? That’s their decision to support me, there should be better support if a person is serious and competitive enough to change their lifestyle drastically to try to bring glory and honour to our country."
Caleb Dressel (UF Gator Swimming and Diving / Bolles School Sharks), Michael Phelps (North Baltimore Aquatic Club), Ryan Held (NC State Swimming and Diving) and Nathan Adrian (Cal Men's Swimming & Diving) take gold in the 400 Free Relay! #SwimUnited #TeamUSA