Park Tae Hwan has taken home four gold medals so far at the 95th Korean National Sports Festival…
Japan’s Kosuke Hagino was named the MVP of the Asian Games among all sports and all nationalities, thanks to his 7-for-7 medal performance in Incheon.
Take-home #1 from the Asian Games? Kosuke Hagino is the real-deal. What he does next, though, is still in question.
Ryosuke Irie will look to win his third straight Asian Games title in the 200 back on day 5, but he’ll have to beat red-hot teammate Kosuke Hagino.
Summer season has come and gone, but one major continental championship is still hanging on – the 2014 Asian Games…
After his completion of the Asian Games remained questionable following his absence from the Chinese 4x200m freestyle relay team last night, it seems as though Sun Yang got the rest he needed to come back and win the 400m freestyle final tonight.
Day three of the 2014 Asian Games begins with the women’s 50 backstroke…
Sun Yang drops out of Chinese 800 free relay with finger injuries, will still compete in individuals in Incheon
China’s Sun Yang dropped out of his country’s 4×200 free relay at the Asian Games today, but does plan to finish out his slate of individual events, according to his coach, Yang Zadong.
Kosuke Hagino won one of the premier races of day 1, besting Sun Yang and Park Tae-hwan to take home gold in the 200 freestyle.
The men’s 200 freestyle marks the start of the swimming events at the 2014 Asian Games…
South Korea’s Park Tae-hwan has won six gold medals over the past two Asian Games and will face Chinese rival Sun Yang at home.
Playful banter or rollicking trash talk? Sun Yang ramps up rivalry with TV commercials directed at Park Tae-Hwan
With about a week to go until the start of the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, perhaps the biggest rivalry of the meet is already heating up.
The Australian 4×100 free relay earned gold thanks to Cate and Bronte Campbell, and the Aussies cut down the U.S. lead in gold medals by 1 on the third day.
8 things we learned from day 3 at the Pan Pacific Championships: streaks stay alive for Park, Americans
Tyler Clary kept the U.S atop the 200 back, an event the country has never lost in Pan Pacific Championships history.
Michael Phelps is just .02 behind longtime rival Ryan Lochte in the 100 fly after day 3 prelims.