Lane 1 - OC Register posts "Swim safety, not speed, is Olympian Janet Evans' new goal. Olympic gold medalist is on a crusade to prevent childhood drownings."
Lane 2 - 7 News posts "Olympic swimmer Van Dyken-Rouen injured in ATV crash. Colorado's Olympic gold-medal winning swimmer, Amy Van Dyken-Rouen, severed her spine in an ATV crash in Arizona."
Lane 3 - Super Sport posts "Phelps to swim at Santa Clara GP. Michael Phelps, the 18-time Olympic champion and 22-time medal winner who came out of retirement in April, continues he comeback next week at the Santa Clara Grand Prix."
Lane 4 - My Stateline posts "Olympians Teach Stateline Swimmers. Chloe Sutton and Jimmy Feigen visited the Rockford YMCA Sunday as part of the Fitter and Faster Swim Tour. The Fitter and Faster Swim Tour presented by SwimOutlet.com came to Rockford Sunday. 2012 Olympians Chloe Sutton and Jimmy Feigen spent the day teaching kids the foundations of fast swimming at the YMCA."
Lane 5 - Lucky Meisenheimer posts "Safer Swimmer Buoy at Lucky's Lake Swim Open Water Swim. Doc Lucky Meisenheimer discusses the use of the Safer Swimmer Buoy at Lucky's Lake Swim.www.LuckysLakeSwim.Com"
Lane 6 - Gulf Times posts "South African national swimming team undergoes altitude training at Aspetar."
Slept in but tried to swim at lunch but pool was closed. So now swim but a swim report...
Lane 1 - EIN posts "YMCA Names US Olympic Hall of Fame Swimmer Rowdy Gaines Vice President of Aquatics. The YMCA of Central Florida announces that Rowdy Gaines, three-time Olympic gold medalist and member of the International Swimming Hall of Fame, will be joining the YMCA of Central Florida as Vice President of Aquatics."
Lane 2 - KITV posts "Five- time Olympic Swimmer talks to KITV this morning. Five- time Olympic Swimmer, Dara Torres, joins KITV this morning in a LIVE interview to talk about her swim campaign."
Lane 3 - The Baltimore Sun posts "Michael Phelps to continue comeback in Charlotte Grand Prix. Record-setting Olympian entered in two races at May 15-18 event."
Lane 4 - Daily Mail posts "Troubled Olympian Grant Hackett back at work as bank executive a month after returning from his US drug rehab. Former Olympic swimming champion Grant Hackett has returned to work as a bank executive a month completing his US drug rehab. Hacket was seen in a suit attending a funeral in Sydney's Darling Point. The swimmer looked slim and smart in a blue suit and red tie. Hackett is back living in Sydney and has taken up his job as a relationships banker at Westpac ten weeks after his bizarre hotel incident."
Lane 5 - NYDN posts "Five-time Olympic swimmer Dara Torres applauds USADA’s drug testing policy . 'I’m glad they continue to last, and glad they’re catching up with people who are cheating and figuring out what they’re doing,' Torres, a winner of 12 Olympic medals who had to defend herself from accusations of doping before the 2008 Beijing Games, said of the efforts led by USADA CEO Travis Tygart."
Lane 6- Daily Mail posts "'Buddy, what have you done?' Geoff Huegill's friend and fellow swimmer Ashley Callus speaks out about former Olympian's drug possession charge."
Lane 7 - Armani posts "Emporio Armani Underwear & Eyewear - Behind the Scenes of 2014 Spring Summer Luca Dotto's Campaign. We take you behind the scenes for the making of the Emporio Armani Underwear & Eyewear campaign with swimmer Luca Dotto."
Lane 8 - Citizen posts "Olympic gold medallist and world record holder Cameron van der Burgh hopes to leave a mark in breaststroke swimming that will be the target of athletes for years to come. This year, I am getting excited again to get going and get some good times on the board,” Van der Burgh said in Johannesburg on Monday. “Breaststroke is really improving and, after London where we made a great leap by going mid-58, now going 58 seconds is the old 59 seconds so you have to go for a 57.”
Lane 1 Games Bids posts "Los Angeles To Bid For 2024 Summer Olympics. The centrepiece of Olympic Park would be transformed to accommodate 80,000 spectators. The SCCOG envisages building a 20,000-seat soccer stadium on the site which would be used as a temporary aquatics venue for swimming and synchronized swimming. Diving would take place at USC's Uytengsu Aquatics Center, while water polo would be contested at the LA84 Foundation/John C. Argue Swim Stadium, originally constructed for the 1932 Olympic Games."
Lane 2 - The Telegraph posts "Michael Phelps: The man who was built to be a swimmer. The most decorated Olympian of all time certainly has a boat load of dedication and steely focus, but he is also a biomechanical freak of nature ."
Lane 3 - NY Times posts "Unrelenting Will Toward Victory Drives Teenager. Katie Ledecky Raises Performance Ceiling for U.S Women’s Swimming."
Lane 4 - OC Register posts "Nadadores will keep swimming in Mission Viejo. Over protest from Councilwoman Cathy Schlicht, council agrees to let decorated swim club use aquatics center for next 20 years."
Lane 1 - Your West Valley posts "Olympic swimmer hosts May clinic. The Surprise Aquatic Center will host a swim clinic on May 10 with Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman."
Lane 2 - Arena France posts "Ruta MEILUTYTE et Daniel GYURTA parlent de la Powerskin Carbon Flex. Deux athlètes du Team Arena donnent leurs impressions sur la nouvelle combinaison Arena de la gamme Carbon Series, la Powerskin Carbon Flex."
Lane 3 - FiveThirtyEight posts "What to Expect From Michael Phelps If He Swims in Rio de Janeiro. I’m not here to speculate about whether Phelps will make it to Rio de Janeiro in 2016. But if he represents the United States for a fifth time — he would be 31 — how might he perform?"
Lane 4 - SwimOutlet.com posts "The ALL-NEW Redesigned SwimOutlet.com!"
Lane 5 - BBC posts "Ellie Simmonds qualifies for European Championships. Ellie Simmonds, Stephanie Slater and Amy Marren were among those gaining IPC European Championships qualification times on the opening day of the British Para-Swimming meet in Glasgow."
Lane 6 - USMS posts "Why Masters Should Wear Tech Suits. Textiles are faster than skin."
Lane 7 - Go Swim posts "Turns - FOIL Monofin Head Lead Dolphin."
Lane 8 - USA Today posts "Athlete returns to Boston Marathon with new perspective. For Nicole Gross walking down stairs without holding on to the rail was a milestone. The first time she stood on her tippy toes to reach something high, her husband Michael took a picture of the big moment. "Knowing what I was doing before, it's hard not compare and be discouraged," says Gross, a former elite triathlete, personal trainer and Division I swimmer at Tennessee. "I had to remind myself what this all means and appreciate the new perspective."