Lane 1 - CBS 2 posts (w/video) "New Aquatic Center Makes A Big Splash In East Los Angeles."
Lane 2 - Swimming Australia posts "#OurTeam Fast Facts 1."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts "Camille Muffat, Olympic swim champion, retires at 24. “I have taken a big decision to stop swimming,” she said, according to L’Equipe, translated by Agence France- Presse. “[The disagreement with coach Fabrice Pellerin] will stay between us like many other things, good or bad, but I mention that because that was what started things off.”
Lane 4 - Swimming World posts "Lauren Neidigh, U. Of Arizona Teammates Promote #NOHATE For Acceptance in Sports. Today in Tucson, the same day that news broke of an interview in which Ian Thorpe came out as gay, she took the next step in promoting tolerance in sports. Neidigh and five other Wildcats -- Emma Schoettmer, Taylor Schick, Elizabeth Pepper, Bonnie Brandon and Sara Borendame -- posed for a photo on the deck of the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center holding signs that spelled "NO HATE."
Lane 5 - The Voice posts "Looking to make a splash. History making Jamaican swimmer with so much more to offer. JAMAICA’S ALIA Atkinson has her eyes on winning at least three medals at this year’s Commonwealth Games."
Lane 6 - Destiny Man posts "Faster, higher, stronger for SA’s greatest Olympian. Roland Schoeman has always been a man for breaking rules. Schoeman has done so through his forthright views on swimming and the poor officialdom in the sport in this country, and through a childhood that was hardly the model for creating a four-time Olympian and multiple world-record holder."
Lane 7 - LA Fitness posts "Bond of Three Swimmers. The inspiring story of a 91 year old LA Fitness member and his family; his son tows him using a pool noodle and his daughter in law offers moral support as they achieve their goal of swimming a mile everyday for the last 4 years."
Lane 8 - Reading Eagle posts "Olympic swimmer gives life-saving tips. Four-time Olympic gold medalist Janet Evans has signed on to be an ambassador for the USA Swimming Foundation and its national Make a Splash water safety initiative. As the new Make a Splash Mom and a mother of two, Evans understands the importance of teaching children to swim and has dedicated her work to furthering the cause of battling childhood drowning."