Jack Spitser compiled his favorite and most memorable images from the year, highlighted by the Olympic Trials and Olympic Games this summer.
Catch up on the biggest Olympic and Paralympic storylines outside of the swimming world, featuring stories about Tokyo, the NHL, and Salt Lake City.
17-year old Lydia Jacoby got her Olympic rings tattoo on Sunday; 9 years ago, Chris Collinsworth gave a tattoo to another American 17-year old swimmer that you’ve probably heard of.
In a matter of days, Schoenmaker established 2 new Olympic records, a world record, and won Olympic silver and bronze for South Africa.
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According to the IOC, a total of 3.05 billion unique viewers tuned in to coverage across linear TV and digital platforms.
With the 200/1500 double, Ledecky was well off her season-best time and finished outside of the podium in the women’s 200 free in Tokyo.
Kristof Milak, who clobbered Phelps’ WR, cannot be compared to anyone else but himself.See why Stefano Nurra thinks we still haven’t seen his best 200 fly yet
3-time Olympic medalist and Tokyo 2020 champion in the women’s 100 butterfly Maggie MacNeil has been honoured for her accomplishments.
Periodically, SwimSwam is updating you on the biggest news around the Olympic and Paralympic world, outside of aquatic sports.
Swimmer Caeleb Dressel (above) and gymnast Simone Biles were announced as co-winners of the 2021 AAU Sullivan Award on Friday.
There are just over 1,000 days until the Paris 2024 Olympic Games but we’re already examining the men’s sprint freestyle talent that awaits.
Take a look at the first-time Olympians and Paralympians who got tattoos of the Olympic rings and Paralympic agitos after the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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