The Olympic works are in progress. After all, we are a little more than one year before the Rio 2016 Games.
Preparing for an Olympic Games is tough! But for those swimmers based in smaller countries the challenge can be even…
Impairing the performances of American opponents and the integrity of sports and competition is not for sale at any price. We won’t stand for it. We won’t permit it.
Paralympic swimmers have the same objective as any other swimmer: to get to the wall first. But there are also some very exclusive things you won’t see at any other type of swim competition…
The 2015 Arena European Diving Championships ended on Sunday (14) in the German city of Rostock, and the winners of the individual events – from Ukraine, Italy, Germany and France – brought home the first qualifying places in the Rio 2016 Olympic diving competitions for their countries.
Brazil may exempt American tourists from needing a visa to attend next summer’s Rio 2016 Olympic Games, ESPN reports.
The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee today opened the application process for additional event(s) to be included at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad (Tokyo 2020), which follows the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s approval of its Olympic Agenda 2020 last December.
Japanese Sports Minister, Hakubun Shimomura, wants to temporarily delay the plan to install a retractable roof on Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium.
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#3 – Non-Swimmer Joe can beat you in a race. No buddy. Unless I give you a 30 second head start and I’m wearing jeans, you ain’t gonna win Joe.
According to The Associated Press, the Russian government is considering implementing a rule banning its athletes from competing in more…
Nils Zätterström catches up with 2012 Olympic Champion Cameron Van Der Burgh at the Swim Cup Eindhoven 2015.
Georgia’s Chantal Van Lendeghem is planning on sitting out the next NCAA season to focus on Olympic training.
Andrew Wilson has been on fire this weekend, and this 100 breaststroke record is
Pellegrini’s 1:52.98 in the 200 meter freestyle from 2009 still stands as the world mark today.