Emma McKeon leads all Tokyo 2020 Olympic swimming medalists with 7 medals, 4 gold and 3 bronze. Caeleb Dressel had the most golds with five.
British powerhouse Adam Peaty has revealed he will be taking an extended break from the pool now that his job in Tokyo is done.
Florent Manaudou, a three-time Olympic medalist in the 50 free, says that he will give Paris 2024 a shot with the desire to swim in his home nation.
For the last day of the 2020 Olympic Games, we brought you our Top 10 swims from Tokyo, Top 5 for men and Top 5 for women
In February, Sarah Sjostrom swam a 24.07 50 free (her fastest time in 2021) before breaking her elbow that same month. She just swam a 24.07 to win silver.
The Australian breaststroker was on fire in the final and was a major player in the nation’s gold medal swim of 3:51.60.
Caeleb Dressel recorded the fastest 100 fly relay split of all-time in 49.03, propelling the Americans to a new world record in the men’s 400 medley relay.
The men’s 4x100m medley relay field here put on a show, with Great Britain snagging the silver medal a new European Record.