“Today, I will show you myself like this for the first time,” reads 19-year-old Rikako Ikee, the Japanese Olympian stricken with leukemia in early 2019.
Loads of big names are included in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, including Michael Phelps, Rikako Ikee, and Trinidad & Tobago Olympian George Bovell.
This brings the total adverse analytical findings in the Moscow laboratory data to 61 since WADA began reviewing the retrieved information.
Chinese swimmers conducted a domestic meet of just national teamers, rendering some head-turning results as their Olympic journey begins.
Junya Koga has said he is facing the challenge head-on, capitalizing on the extra time he, and other athletes in his scenario, have been gifted.
South Korean Olympic athletes, including swimmers, have seen their return to training derailed due to a coronavirus resurgence in the nation.
Looking ahead to the Tokyo Olympics, there appears to be a crowded field in the men’s 800 freestyle relay, with no clear favorite for the gold.
More widespread ripple effects are just beginning to be realized from the Olympic Games’ delay, as costs are mounting related to the historic schedule change.
Japan’s world champion Daiya Seto is dealing with his nation’s swimming lockdown by advocating for a return to the pool behind the scenes.
Remember Masato Sakai of Japan, the man who fell just .04 shy of 200 fly Olympic gold in Rio? The soon-to-be-25-year-old is back.
Malaysia’s Phee Jinq En says she intends on remaining in the United States after having graduated as a student-athlete at Purdue University.
In a meeting with the Australian Olympic Committee, Coates remarked that the Tokyo Games could be the “greatest ever” despite of the delay caused by COVID-19.
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