Lane 1 - KSDK posts "St. Louisan reflects on lost Olympic dreams. Jim Halliburton, 55, is one of the finest swimmers our state has ever produced. He went 128-0 with eight state titles at Ladue High School. From there, Halliburton went to Indiana, and became a four time all-American and broke one of Mark Spitz's records.A funny thing happened to Halliburton on his way to Olympics: the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan caused the president to Boycott the games."
Lane 2 - Go Swim posts "Freestyle - Lope Kick. If you have a swimmer who has a natural loping freestyle, harness that trait and incorporate it into kick and catch training, and general conditioning."
Lane 3 - Orlando Sentinel posts "Ryan Lochte's back, and his return to pool is in Orlando. Former Port Orange Spruce Creek and UF swimmer will compete at the Arena Grand Prix on International Drive."
Lane 4 - Fast Company posts " An Olympic Coach's Strategies For Getting The Best Performance From Your Team. Expert advice from Michael Phelps's swim coach, Bob Bowman, on how to set your company's course for success."
Lane 5 - British Gas Swimming posts "Carlin aiming for another British hat-trick. Jazz Carlin will go for a second hat-trick of British titles after confirming her entry across three events at the British Gas Swimming Championships 2014 in Glasgow."
Lane 6 - Motherboard posts "Will High-Tech Olympic Gear Be the Next Doping Scandal? The Olympics may have a doping problem, and it doesn't have anything to do with getting hopped up on steroids or tinkering with genetics. “Technology doping” is a growing issue in competitive sports as every year breakthroughs in engineering and science lead to high-tech equipment and materials that can blur the line between enhancing athletic performance and cheating."
Lane 7 - Tom Daley posts "Daley Chats: Tom Daley and Austin Healey."
Lane 8 - The Seattle Times posts "Oldster shoulders the pain to stay in the swim of things. Even the world’s oldest masters swimmer can’t escape the injury ravages of time. “Swimmer’s shoulder,” Winnipeg’s 104-year-old Jaring Timmerman revealed to CBC News. “I got that when I was about 100.”