Lane 1 - USA Today posts "Missy Franklin goes to prom, gets a tattoo. Missy Franklin was out all night. She slammed into a few cars. She didn't get to bed until 7 a.m. She woke up with a tattoo. Has America's Olympic sweetheart turned all Reese Witherspoon and gone bad?"
Lane 2 - Herald Sun posts "Olympic swimmer Christian Sprenger aims for breaststroke world record. THE world record is in his sights. And many argue that he should have been awarded a London Olympic gold medal. But Australian swimming star Christian Sprenger reckons he is just learning breaststroke."
Lane 3 - USMS posts "2012 World Masters Swimmers of the Year. Five Americans make the list of Top 12 Masters swimmers around the world."
Lane 4 - Billings Gazette posts "Hardin to host Masters swim meet. The 2nd annual Masters Swim Meet, hosted by the Masters of Billings Swim Club, will be held June 8 in Hardin. Swimmers ages 18 and over from around the state and adjacent states are invited to participate. Membership in USMS or USA Swimming is not required for this meet."
Lane 5 - In My Community posts "THE pool is limited,...THE pool is limited, according to swim champion and octogenarian Rod Baker, so most mornings you can find him swimming a casual kilometre at Doddie’s Beach. Baker is Mandurah’s very own world record holder after competing in the 2013 Masters Swimming National Championships in Sydney. While there, he set Australian records in the 50m, 100m, 200m and 800m freestyle events."
Lane 6 - USA Today posts "Michael Phelps' coach to help Turkish swim program. Turkey has signed Michael Phelps' coach as a consultant on their swimming program for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and the 2020 Games that Istanbul hope to host."
Lane 7 - Baltimore Sun posts "Michael Phelps greets Under Armour shareholders in surprise appearance. Olympic swimmer talks about golf, swimming to relax."
Lane 8 - Books Live posts "Coming Soon: Lewis Pugh Shares Strategies for Achieving the “Impossible” in 21 Yaks and a Speedo. New from Jonathan Ball in May, 21 Yaks and a Speedo, by Lewis Pugh, “the Human Polar Bear” and bestselling author of Achieving the Impossible: Lewis Pugh knows oceans. He was the first to complete a long distance swim in every ocean of the world, and has pioneered more swims around famous landmarks than any other person in history. He swam across the icy waters of the North Pole to highlight the melting of the Arctic sea ice, and across a glacial lake on Mt Everest to draw attention to the impact of climate change on the Himalayan glaciers. It was there that he met his first Yak."