Lane 1 - Daily Pilot posts "Aaron Peirsol to start work as Newport Beach lifeguard on Saturday. Peirsol, the five-time Olympic gold medalist as a swimmer, enjoys his life on the peninsula in Newport Beach. He has been busy preparing for a fun, yet rigorous job. Peirsol will start work as a Newport Beach lifeguard Saturday. For those who know him, and I am among the fortunate, they can say, "That's so Aaron."
Lane 2 - CBS Los Angeles posts (w/video) "4-Time Olympic Gold Medal Winner Leads Latest Record-Breaking Swim Lesson. Former Olympic gold medalist Janet Evans was joined by hundreds of swimmers of all ages Friday in La Mirada to take part in a nationwide effort to set a new world record for the largest swim lesson."
Lane 3 - Yahoo Sports posts "Camp Bowman: Michael Phelps and world's elite swimmers sign up for unique blend of grueling training and pain with eyes on Rio."
Lane 4 - NBC Bay Area posts (w/video) "Michael Phelps Photobombs NBC Bay Area News Crew."
Lane 5 - King5 posts "Olympian Ariana Kukors 'un-retires,' making a comeback. She has been our colleague, our friend, and a local businesswoman. It has been the life, after swimming, for Ariana Kukors. She spent the Sochi Olympics serving as a special correspondent for our local newscasts. It was there, while watching the Olympic cauldron, that something sparked within the 25-year-old."
Lane 6 - Money posts "Swimming Pools: Valuable Home Upgrade or Just a Pain in the Wallet? The average inground pool costs about $22,000. Worth it? Yeah, but not because it will increase your resale value."