Lane 1 - Charlotte Observer posts "Swimmer from Zimbabwe comes to Charlotte to revive her Olympic dreams. In Zimbabwe, Kirsty Coventry is Michael Phelps. In Charlotte, where she moved last month with her husband, Coventry is an anonymous 30-year-old woman. Put her in a pool, though, and you start to understand why Coventry is a worldwide swimming star hoping for one last triumph after a disappointing Olympic experience in 2012."
Lane 2 - CBS News posts "Paralyzed Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken walks after ATV crash. Championship swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen walks for the first time since the June crash that left her paralyzed from the waist down. Assisted by a walker and a bionic device called an "exoskeleton," she is re-learning how to walk. Norah O'Donnell reports."
Lane 3 - The Guardian posts "Rebecca Adlington: 'It's bizarre stepping into a world where I'm just a girl'. She was the Mansfield girl who won double Olympic gold in Beijing. But since retiring last year aged 23, swimmer Rebecca Adlington has left the athlete's life – and body – behind. On the eve of her wedding, she talks about celebrity, being trolled on Twitter – and cutting down on Weetabix."
Lane 4 - Herald Sun posts "James Magnussen to give injured back plenty of rest and focus on swimming at 2016 Rio Olympics. WORLD champion James Magnussen will take a long-term view of his debilitating back injury with the Australian sprint star to now make the Rio Olympics his priority as he weighs up the next move in his battle with a bulging disc."
Lane 5 - Swimming Australia posts "Gold Coast Pan Pacs - Surfer's Paradise."
Lane 6 - Gulf Times posts "Le Clos, Mellouli, Schoeman confirmed for Doha event. A thrilling start to the FINA Mastbank World Cup is all but confirmed with yesterday’s announcement of part of the line-up for the Doha meet. Amongst the world’s top swimmers that will compete in the first of seven meets of the FINA Swimming World Cup are men’s Olympic champion Chad Le Clos, who will be racing to defend the overall male World Cup Champion title, three-time Olympic medalist Oussama Mellouli and four-time Olympian from South Africa, Roland Schoeman."