New Zealand has become the most recent country to announce that those headed to Tokyo this summer will be permitted to jump the COVID-19 vaccine queue.
USA Swimming has created a geographic exemption for its four-site 18&Under Spring Cup meet due to California’s ban on out-of-state youth sports teams.
Isabel Gose moved into fourth in the world this season in the women’s 400 freestyle at the German Qualification Meet in Magdeburg
Two-Time Dutch Olympian Joeri Verlinden will miss this weekend’s Olympic qualifying meet after testing positive for coronavirus, in spite of a later negative test.
While vaccines are being distributed worldwide, event organizers globally are still trying to figure out how to safely hold large events.
UC Santa Barbara put out an emergency alert on Tuesday after 10 members of the women’s water polo team tested positive for COVID-19.
Mounting cases of COVID-19 in Ontario have caused a potential 4-week lockdown just a month and a half before Olympic Trials is set to begin.
The state of California is hoping to “fully reopen” on June 15, if the state can meet certain vaccination and hospitalization benchmarks.
It’s complicated since whether a student-athlete actually plans to pursue a fifth year depends on many different factors.
The BBC obtained a FINA letter criticizing organizers of a diving World Cup competition for not having a sufficient plan to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
Olympic gold medalist Pernille Blume returned to Denmark 2 weeks ago without explanation, but now reveals that she has been recovering from COVID-19.
Detti, who won the 400 free on Day 1 of the Italian Championships, said he had a small fever after receiving the vaccine two days prior to the meet.
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