Lane 1 - Team USA posts "Conor Dwyer: At Home In Baltimore. A good summer run is about to become a great one for Olympic medalist swimmer Conor Dwyer. First, his beloved Chicago Blackhawks won another Stanley Cup. Dwyer, a native of suburban Chicago, lived and died with the Blackhawks during their turbulent playoff run. Then Dwyer threw down personal bests at USA Swimming’s 2013 Phillips 66 National Championships and World Championships Trials last month in Indianapolis, punching his ticket for the 15th FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain in style."
Lane 2 - Indy Aquatic Masters posts "IAM Head Coach Introduction - Mel Goldstein."
Lane 3 - 9 News posts "Thorpe describes battle with depression. Australian swimming legend Ian Thorpe hates depression. Thorpe described his own struggle with depression in a bid to help other sufferers, saying in his case it came on slowly and remained unnoticed for many years."
Lane 4 - Nevada Appeal posts "Michael Phelps jokes about getting back in the pool. Heard on the course - Michael Phelps on the NBC broadcast crew… “Maybe I should get back in the pool after how bad I did today. It is a lot easier to swim than golf. The biggest thing about golf that I want to do is I want to be able to compete. I have friends who are scratch golfers, and I’m a very competitive person. It is not fun going out there and getting absolutely tortured every single hole. So, this is something that will take a lot of time and a lot of work, and it is something that I am looking forward to doing.”
Lane 5 - FINA posts "BCN2013: Tibor Benedek (HUN) Headcoach of Hungarian Waterpolo team."
Lane 6 - The Gympie Times posts "Elmslie’s bold move with new coach for titles. OLYMPIC gold medallist Brittany Elmslie's drastic decision to switch coaches a month out from the world championships could prove a masterstroke, as the teen star looks to replace a turbulent time with fast pool times. Fellow Coast speed export Melanie Schlanger - Elmslie's 4x100m freestyle gold medal-winning teammate from the London Olympics - says the 19-year-old will benefit greatly by joining respected Brisbane-based mentor Michael Bohl."