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."