South Korean swimmer Park Tae Hwan is literally begging his nation’s Olympic Committee for a chance to compete in Rio.
Although he won 4 events at his nation’s Olympic Trials, South Korean swimmer Park Tae-Hwan is unable to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games due to a punitive ban enforced by the Korean Swimming Federation.
In his final swim of the 2016 Korean Olympic Trials Park Tae Hwan took the men’s 100 freestyle in a time of 48.91…
While the buzz about yesterday’s release of Team USA’s Olympic closing ceremony outfits was mostly fashion-based, South Korea has gone a different direction, tailoring their Olympic uniforms to ward off the Zika virus.
Let’s take a look at what the women’s Olympic relay landscape looks like now that we’re 100 days away from Rio’s Opening Ceremony.
Park Tae Hwan won his third gold of the Korean Olympic Trials on Wednesday taking the men’s 400 freestyle in a time of 3:44.26…
Park Tae Hwan won his second event at the Korean Olympic Trials taking the 200 Freestyle in a time of 1:46.31…
Joseph Schooling and Tao Li each took home prestigious Singapore Swimming Association awards over the weekend.
Tokyo 2020 organizers have revealed the new logos for their edition of the Summer Olympic Games.
Fresh off his 18-month ban for doping, Korea’s Park Tae Hwan made his post-suspension debut in Gwangju at his nation’s Olympic Trials.
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Less than a week after revoking the accreditation of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory and suspended the license of the lab…
Despite being ineligible for the Olympics Park Tae Hwan will compete at Korean Nationals, his first competition since his 18-month doping ban.
On the heels of our report last week that Korean Olympic gold medalist Park Tae Hwan was deemed ineligible to compete at the 2016 Olympic Trials, Asian sources indicate that Park may still partake in his nation’s Olympic Trials.
Despite tough Japanese Olympic-qualifying standards that sometimes stood quicker than the country’s own record in the event, the Japanese are bringing its 2nd-largest swimming squad ever to an Olympics.
Townley Haas is among the possible U.S. swimmers who can break out at Trials and establish himself as a threat to Japan’s Kosuke Hagino and France’s Yannick Agnel (if he swims) in the 200m freestyle.
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