Lane 1 - Inside The Games posts "Former Olympian McKeon takes over reins of Australian open water program. Former Olympic swimmer Ron McKeon has been announced as the new national open water coach and performance manager by Swimming Australia."
Lane 2 - Swimming Australia posts "Trials SwimFan Lazy Sunday - Melbourne."
Lane 3 - The Daytona Beach News-Journal posts "Spruce Creek product Lochte says he swam too soon after injury. Ryan Lochte didn't want to heed his doctors' advice. But when nature intervened, he had no choice. “I got back in the water faster that what was expected,” said Lochte, who swam in two events at Orlando. “The doctors still say that I should be more careful, and I said, 'Ahh, I don't want to listen to them, I want to get back in the water.' It started feeling fine. Then when I raced in Orlando, I don't know, something happened, something was wrong in my knee and it hurt, so I knew I pushed it too hard."
Lane 4 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "James Magnussen moves on from Olympics scorn. The Olympic silver-medallist has grown physically and mentally since the 2012 Games and is ready for the chase again, writes Daniel Lane."
Lane 5 - The Telegraph posts "Good for you, Rebecca Adlington. If the Olympic swimmer has had her nose altered, well done. There’s nothing wrong with doing that if it makes you happy."
Lane 6 - People posts "Amanda Beard’s Blog: The Ups and Downs."
Lane 7 - Swimming Australia posts "Trials SwimFan Skill Session Saturday - Melbourne."
Lane 8 - The HuffPo posts "The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Swimmer."