Lane 1 - Gainesville.com posts "UF students react to Lochte's reality show. While reactions were mixed — and while the inaugural show flopped in the ratings — those who watched the premiere locally seemed more interested in seeing how Gainesville was portrayed and less interested in seeing Lochte in a Speedo."
Lane 2 - Courier Mail posts (w/video) "Magnussen claims 100m freestyle gold. World champion James Magnussen has claimed the 100m freestyle final at the national championships in SA."
The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Toned-down but still fast. James Magnussen says he does not need the chest-thumping and questionable behaviour of his alter ego ''The Missile'' to regain the confidence he is still seeking in the aftermath of a below-par London Olympic Games and consequences of the infamous Stilnox bonding session."
Lane 3 - Herald Sun posts "James Roberts blames virus for disappointing London Olympics performance. SWIMMER James Roberts has revealed he was hospitalised with a stomach virus and lost 4kg in body weight just a few weeks before the London Olympics where the Weapons of Mass Destruction flopped to fourth."
Lane 4 - Athletic Business posts "Want to Host World's Largest Swimming Lesson? Hurry Up! Aquatics facility operators have less than three weeks left to register to participate in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson™. For the fourth consecutive year, the event — scheduled for 11 a.m. (EST) on Tuesday, June 18 — will attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson."
Lane 5 - The Guardian posts "Leanne Shapton: 'The idea for the novel came from my raging jealousy'. The New York-based author talks about her boundary-testing book. Her more recent account of her early career as a trainee Olympic swimmer, Swimming Studies, was celebrated everywhere – but was unconventional, too, with its photos of swimming costumes and watery sketches. In Was She Pretty?, now published for the first time in the UK, she is back at the drawing board with a subversive catalogue of ex-girlfriends."
Lane 6 - Fast Casual posts "Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders named as Jamba Juice spokesperson. Jamba Juice Co. announced today that TV sports commentator and former Olympic champion swimmer Summer Sanders will serve as a company spokesperson and member of the Jamba Healthy Living Council."
Lane 7 - Team USA posts "FIRST: The Story of the London 2012 Olympic Games" cinema event features stories from first-time Olympic athletes. "I can't wait to see 'FIRST' and relive the exciting events of last summer," said Missy Franklin, four-time Olympic gold medalist. "Not only am I honored to be a part of this film, but I'm also excited to experience the Olympic journeys of the other amazing athletes involved in this project."
Lane 8 - The Sydney Morning Herald posts "Csortan quits Celebrity Splash over injuries. Laura Csortan says enthusiasm got the better of her when training for Celebrity Splash and it's why she sustained an injury that forced her to quit the show. The diving competition between 14 personalities premiered on the Seven Network on Monday night, however Csortan withdrew before the first episode because of neck and back problems."