Lane 1 - Long Beach Press-Telegram posts "Long Beach’s famed Belmont Plaza Pool to be demolished in October. The company demolishing the famed Belmont Plaza Pool is expected to begin work in mid- to late October, according to Amy Bodek, director of development services."
Lane 2 - Courier Mail posts "Dancing With The Stars: Five dancefloor disasters on the show. This years new crop of celebs to hit the dance floor includes former Australian Idol judge Mark Holden, NRL legend Matt Cooper, Olympic swimmer Eamon Sullivan, pop star Ricki-Lee Coulter and model Kyly Clarke."
Lane 3 - Reuters posts "Japan swimmer charged with camera theft at Asiad. A Japanese swimmer has been kicked out of the Asian Games and will have to pay his own way back home after being charged by police for stealing a camera from a South Korean journalist. Tomita told to pay his own way back to Japan."
Lane 4 - The Bulletin posts "Golden girl’s tips for health. THE more colours on your plate, the better. That's the health advice Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice gave when she spoke to The Bulletin on Friday."
Lane 5 - Get West London posts "Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington launches swim school. British Olympic swimmer launches Becky Adlington's Swim Stars for adults at Hilton London Syon Park hotel."
Lane 6 - USA Today posts "Positive attitude keeps Van Dyken-Rouen going. Even before the accident, Amy Van Dyken-Rouen's message was the same. "Enjoy every single moment, because you don't know what's around the next turn," she said."
Lane 7 - NBC Sports posts "Kosuke Hagino not satisfied with 7 medals at Asian Games. “Four golds are the maximum I could get at these Games,” Hagino said Friday, according to Xinhua News Agency. “Having said that, there were many things that I wasn’t so satisfied with. If it’s a 100 scale, I would give myself 50 to 60 points.”
Lane 8 - Tampa Bay Times posts "Gigantic swimming pools called 'Crystal Lagoons' coming to Tampa Bay area."
Lane 1 - Swimming World posts "2014 ASCA Hall of Fame Inductee Teri McKeever."
Lane 2 - SwimOutlet.com posts "Katie Ledecky Breaks World Record! -- Arena Performance of the Month. After a sizzling time in qualifying at the 2014 Phillips 66 National Championships in Irvine, Katie Ledecky went all out on the attack of the 400m freestyle world record set by Federica Pellegrini five years ago. Her swim was one of the highlights of the 2014 summer season and earn her belated Arena POTM honors for September!"
Lane 3 - The Times of India posts "Kosuke Hagino swim treble sparks China rant. apan's Kosuke Hagino followed a shock 200 metres freestyle gold by adding his signature 200m individual medley and the 4x200m freestyle relay title at the Asian Games on Monday as signs of Chinese frustration began to show."
Lane 4 - DRG News posts "Olympic Silver Medalist to Conduct Swim Clinic in Pierre. Olympic swimmer Nick Thoman will be conducting a Fitter and Faster Swim Clinic in Pierre at the Pierre Aquatic Center in less than two weeks."
Lane 1 - NBC Sports posts "Australia swim star Grant Hackett returns to training, dismisses Rio. Seven-time Olympic medalist Grant Hackett is the latest retired Australian swim star to return to training, but said he is not thinking about the Rio Olympics despite registering for drug testing."
Lane 2 - NBC Sports posts "Katie Ledecky wins USA Swimming Athlete of the Year; who are World Swimmers of the Year? Katie Ledecky swept USA Swimming’s Athlete of the Year and Performance of the Year awards thanks to her record-breaking efforts for the second straight year."
Lane 3 - NBC Sports posts "Tyler Clary hopes to go from Olympic gold medal swimmer to NASCAR driver. Head-to-head, there’s very few Sprint Cup drivers that can beat Jimmie Johnson. But Tyler Clary can kick Johnson’s butt any time he wants to. In a swimming pool, that is."
Lane 4 - Fox Sports posts "Asian Games: Sun Yang, Park Tae-hwan upstaged in 200 free. apan's Kosuke Hagino stole the thunder from one of swimming's biggest rivalries Sunday, winning the 200-meter freestyle final ahead of China's Olympic champion Sun Yang and South Korean star Park Tae-hwan."
Lane 5 - The Score posts "Caffeine, chaos and effortless power: The science behind Chris Bryan’s swimming success. CHRIS BRYAN IS Ireland’s representative in a growing world class field of endurance swimmers. Though he missed out on Olympic qualification by the narrowest of margins, Bryan has bounced back to be a regular contender in the biggest meets around Europe and, over the Marathon 10km distance at last year’s World Championships, Bryan touched for home just 21.6 seconds after Spyridon Gianniotis claimed gold."
Lane 6 - BBC News posts (w/video) "David Walliams joins SwimBritain relay. A series of swimming relays is taking place across Britain this summer, in an initiative to get more people enjoying the fun and fitness benefits of the sport."
Lane 1 - Ozy posts "US Swimming's Next Michael Phelps? Justin Lynch not only is a terrific rising star in swimming, but also brings diversity to the sport."
Lane 2 - OK! posts "Rebecca Adlington shows off svelte figure in honeymoon bikini snaps. The swimmer and her new husband Harry Needs jetted to Rome before moving on to Disneyland in Orlando."
Lane 3 - LA Register posts "Swimmer sues her former lawyer. Through much of 2011 and 2012, American record-setting swimmer Dagny Knutson was, by her own admission, in “kind of a fog.” n April 2011, Knutson, encouraged by her attorney, accepted a financial agreement with USA Swimming that was worth less than her original deal with the sport’s national governing body, she said."
Lane 4 - Daily Record posts "Michael Jamieson says he can make a splash at Rio Olympics despite heartache at Commonwealth Games."
Lane 5 - Today posts (w/video) "Amy Van Dyken-Rouen surprised with home remodel. As Amy Van Dyken-Rouen adjusts to her new life in Arizona, she’s received a big helping hand from George Oliphant, host of the home remodeling show “George to the Rescue,” and his team."
Lane 6 - Lake Lanier posts "Swim For Your Life with Eric Shanteau at Lake Lanier Islands 9-20-14. Eric Shanteau is competition swimmer from Snellville, GA, who won two Olympic gold medals on American relay teams. Hardcore swimmers from the Southeast and beyond will participate and compete with Eric on Saturday, September 20, 2014, at Sunset Cove at Lake Lanier at his ‘Swim For Your Life’ fundraiser."
Lane 7 - WLUK-TV FOX 11 posts "Swimmer Nyad speaks at Green Bay women’s event. A world-record swimmer has a message of perseverance for women – and men – here in Green Bay."
Lane 8 - Long Beach Press-Telegram posts "Belmont Plaza pool meeting draws crowd of swim, diving advocates. More than 100 people turned out Wednesday night to discuss the evolving and controversial plans for the Belmont Plaza Pool."