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Epic Showdown: Kitajima vs. Hansen 2004 Olympic Games

The rivalry between Kosuke Kitajima and Brendan Hansen is one of the most well-known in swimming, and it came to a head at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.

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#TBT WATCH: Michael Phelps Before He Was a Star

Michael Phelps has been a household name in the United States since the 2004 Olympic Games where he won six gold medals and two bronze medals – but can trace his humble beginnings back to the North Baltimore Aquatic Club where he began training since he was seven.


3-time Olympian and Olympic Gold Medalist Darian Townsend extends agreement with A3 Performance

Townsend is an 8-time NCAA Champion, World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian and an Olympic Gold Medalist in the 400-meter Freestyle Relay at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.


Happy Olympic Day: Check Out The 20 Most-Decorated Olympic Swimmers Ever

June 23 marks Olympic Day, a holiday dedicated to the Olympic movement and its three pillars: move, learn and discover. To celebrate, we’re giving swim fans a chance to move (their mouse to scroll lower down this page), learn (about the most-decorated Olympic swimmers of all-time) and discover (some swimming legends they may not have previously known).


U.S. Olympic Committee Recognizes 2016 Coaches Of The Year

The United States Olympic Committee today announced its annual award recipients for 2016 national coaches of the year. On the…

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Kosuke Kitajima Announces Planned Retirement Following 2016 Olympic Games

According to an interview done on Japanese TV, Kosuke Kitajima, one of the most famed breaststrokers this sport has ever seen, will retire following the 2016 Olympic Games.


Krayzelburg & Lezak Join Maccabi USA For 20th World Maccabiah Games

Rick Ehrlich, Team USA Swim Chairman for the 20th World Maccabiah Games is proud to announce that Olympic gold medalists…


Ervin, Gilot To Participate In Torch Lighting At Maccabiah Games

Anthony Ervin will be one of seven athletes participating in the torch lighting ceremonies at the 20th Maccabiah Games.

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IOC Receives 4 Official Bids for 2024 Olympic Games

The IOC has formally announced Paris, Los Angeles, Budapest, and Rome as Candidate Cities to host the 2024 Olympic Games.

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Gyurta’s Former Coach Sándor Széles Passes Away

Sándor Széles, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Federation has passed away this week at the age of 61.

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Watch the Hype Video for the 2024 Olympic City Bid, Los Angeles

“LA is a city of dreamers, where the impossible becomes possible.”


Schoeman Falls Short Of 5th Olympic Games, Yet Marches On

South African Roland Schoeman fell just short of reaching his dream of a 5th Olympic Games appearance.


Olympic Medalist Katie Hoff Inducted Into Maryland Swimming HOF

Olympic medalist Katie Hoff, who retired from competitive swimming in December 2015, was inducted into the Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame this past weekend.


2024 Summer Olympics: Budapest to Withdraw its Bid to Host Games

And then there were two. After Budapest formally withdraws its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games, only Los Angeles and Paris will remain in the race.


Kitajima’s Possible 5th Olympic Games Qualification Now Questionable

Kitajima qualifying for his 5th Olympics is not a sure thing.


Scalpers Threatening Online Ticket Sales For 2018 Commonwealth Games

Some tickets to the 2018 Commonwealth Games are seeing their original price increase tenfold due to online reseller websites.

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Olympic & Paralympic Flag Tour Aims To Help With Miyagi Prefecture

The Olympic and Paralympic Flags were welcomed this week to Ishinomaki in Miyagi Prefecture by crowds of students from the…

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Florent Manaudou To Commentate At World Championships

Florent Manaudou, Olympic Champion in the 50 free at London 2012, will be commentating World Championships in Budapest this summer. …


Contract Worker Dies Dismantling Rio Olympic Facilities

During the dismantling of the Rio 2016 Olympic facilities, one man died from electrocution and another lost his leg due to crashing in the beach volleyball arena. Both victims were outsourced workers hired to help dismantle the Olympic facilities.

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A Look At U.S. Selection Procedure For The 2017 World University Games

Check out selection procedures for the 2017 World University Games.

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