Lane 1 - Swimming.org posts "Olympic finalist Steve Poulter on international swimming 1980s style. Steve Poulter, double Olympic finalist, shares his memories of the 1980s GB swimming scene in December’s Swimming Times."
Lane 2 - G. John Mullen posts "Pull-up"
Lane 3 - CNN posts "Black swimmer makes history at world championships. lia Atkinson went into the final of the 100m breaststroke at the world short course swimming championships very much as the second favorite to Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte of Lithuania. But in a big upset the 25-year-old from Jamaica snatched victory on the final stroke from Meilutyte and with it made swimming history. Not only had she equaled Meiluyte's world best but also became the first swimmer black woman to claim a world title in the pool."
Lane 4 - Swimming World posts "2014 SwimOutlet.com Holiday Pre Roll Commercial."
Lane 5 - Fox Sports posts "Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps to return to the pool for FINA World Cup."
Lane 6 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Cate Campbell says Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games should not switch swim times for TV networks."
Lane 7 - The Race Club posts "Swimisodes - Rebecca Soni - Dolphin Kick Breaststroke. At the Race Club, Coach Gary Hall teaches Breaststroke by incorporating two different swimming techniques for Dolphin Kick Breaststroke drill. Also known as Cobra Breaststroke this swim drill helps all our Swimmers become faster by allowing them to focus on the timing of the strike phase. By adding fins we increase the speed as well as the amount of drag that creates a greater 'feeling' in the water."
Lane 8 - The Wall Street Journal posts "The Olympics Tries to Fix Itself. Faced With Dwindling Number of Cities Interested in Hosting the Games, IOC Enacts Radical Changes to Bidding Process."