Lane 1 - UT San Diego posts "Swimming hall of fame in Oceanside? The Florida-based International Swimming Hall of Fame is looking for a home on the West Coast and Oceanside is one of the prime candidates, officials say. Developer Sherman Whitmore is working with organization to pitch a swim museum and hotel and water park complex on a 55-acre section of the El Corazon property in central Oceanside."
Lane 2 - NJ.com posts "Four-time Olympian to speak at The Connection in Summit on June 22-23. Taormina will be signing autographed photos and copies of her book “Swim Speed Secrets.” The Olympic athlete won a Gold Medal in the 4x200 Freestyle Relay in 1996. She returned to the Olympics in 2000 and 2004 for the Triathlon and again in 2008 for the Pentathlon, where she made sports history for becoming the first woman ever to qualify for the Olympic Games in three different sports (swimming, triathlon and modern pentathlon)."
Lane 3 - Oak Brook Suntimes posts "95-year-old swimmer captures 3 golds at Pan Am Championships. Wilmette resident Phil Dodson collected five medals at the Pan American Masters Swimming Long Course Championships June 5-13 at Selby Aquatic Center in Sarasota, Fla. Dodson, who recently “aged up” to 60, was joined by his 95-year-old mother, Nancy Dodson, a resident of Bradenton. Fla., who won all three of her events — the 50 and 100 free and 50 backstroke."
Lane 4 - 9News posts "Olympian Scott Miller arrested. Olympic swimmer Scott Miller has been arrested and charged with possessing drugs and suspected stolen goods. The drug is understood to be ice."
Lane 5 - Denver Post has "Missy Franklin may swim 200 IM in World Championship Trials. The 200 individual medley could very well be in Missy Franklin's future. The IM, which even made Michael Phelps scream "Uncle!" during his career, is part of Franklin's repertoire as she heads to next week's National Championships and World Championship Trials in Indianapolis."
Lane 6 - Forbes posts "In The Crowded World Of Health And Fitness Tracking, Winners Are Slow To Emerge. Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns are proving especially effective for trackers aimed at niche health and fitness communities, including a “mindreading” headband to promote focus and a waterproof swim monitor that attaches to your goggles."
Lane 7 - Go Swim posts "Breaststroke - Resistance Wall Kick. When you work on a narrow breaststroke kick, make sure you also focus on how to grab the water at the top of the kick."
Lane 8 - Books Live posts "Swimming Upstream: Andrea Nagel Reviews 21 Yaks and a Speedo by Lewis Pugh. In his latest book, 21 Yaks and a Speedo: How to achieve your impossible, Pugh distils his experiences into bite-sized chapters, each with its own motivational message. “Whenever I thought of quitting, I would just ask myself a simple question: ‘Lewis, can you take just one more step?’ If the answer was ‘yes’, then I’d take it,” he writes."