Lane 1 - Times Colonist posts "Canadian swimmers go to Scotland with gold in mind. The 30-swimmer team was finalized following the completion of the four-day Canadian trials Saturday evening in a packed and steamy Saanich Commonwealth Place pool."
Lane 2 - Swimming Canada posts "Practice Your Accent: #SwimSelfie video."
Lane 3 - The Telegraph posts " David Beckham set to cause a splash with H&M budgie smugglers. Who better to model the first David Beckham for H&M swimwear collection than the man himself? Those who like their swimwear short and tight are catered for with Speedo-esque 'budgie smugglers' in white, khaki and navy. Then there's the more popular style of short swimming shorts, while come in the same colour ways and include a nylon bag for storage."
Lane 4 - Stack posts "Vegetarian Athlete Tips: Olympic Swimmer Kate Ziegler. Kate Ziegler, a two-time Olympian and four-time World Champion swimmer, powers her performance with fruits, veggies, whole grains and legumes. The 25-year-old Ziegler says her vegetarian diet gives her more energy while speeding recovery between meets and practices. STACK spoke with Ziegler to find out why she became a vegetarian and just how much quinoa it takes to power all of those laps in the pool."
Lane 5 - Omaha.com posts "Mutual of Omaha adds 7 swimmers to its Gold Medal Team. Mutual of Omaha signed seven athletes who are training for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, becoming part of Mutual of Omaha’s Gold Medal Team. Team members conduct clinics and make personal appearances as part of Mutual’s sponsorship of USA Swimming. The athletes:
The other swimmers sponsored by Mutual are Josh Davis, Matt Grevers, Misty Hyman, Ian Crocker, Jason Lezak and Dana Vollmer."
Lane 6 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Australia picks 59-strong swim team for Glasgow. Australia will have a 59-strong team for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games although triple Olympian Eamon Sullivan will have to pass a fitness test in coming weeks after being set to have his third shoulder operation in 18 months this week."
Lane 7 - Swimming Australia posts "Cameron McEvoy & James Magnussen - 100m Freestyle - 2014 Australian Swimming Championships."
Lane 8 - Hanson Media Group posts "Surf Life Saving Australia, April 5, 2014: Ironman brothe: Ky Hurst, the king of Australian surf swimming, defied age, conditions and a hot field of rivals to win a record 10th open surf race title at the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships at Scarborough, WA, today. The 33-year-old from Kurrawa timed his finish perfectly to outsprint longtime rivals Shannon Eckstein (Northcliffe) and Nathan Smith (Manly) in an exciting finish."