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.
Columnist and FINA legal committee chair Darren Kane lays out the statistical history and framework for appeals like that of Chinese swimmer Sun Yang.
The 2020 Asian Swimming Championships represents the latest international event to be postponed on the heels of the Olympic Games’ push to July 2021.
Katsuhiro Matsumoto put the pedal to the medal in a 200m freestyle time trial in March, further cementing himself as a 2021 Olympic threat.
One-time world record holder Akhiro Yamguchi of Japan is reconsidering retirement in light of a delayed Summer Olympic Games.
Israel’s clubs have been allowed access to pools, with a maximum of nine swimmers and a coach on deck at one time.
Due to Olympic delay, Joseph Schooling and teammate Quah Zheng Wen are seeking deferment for their nation’s service requirements.
This week’s Beyond the Lane Lines touches on Michael Phelps’ new non-dairy habit and Rikako Ikee’s dabble into the animal kingdom.
The Chinese star will have to seek an appeal based on the conduct of the CAS hearing, not the actual facts of his case.
Carson Foster (above) broke National Age Group Records held by Michael Phelps and Caeleb Dressel at the 2018 Jr. Pan Pacific Championships in Fiji.
As the result in a recent spike in Coronavirus cases, China has decided to re-close all gyms and pools until further notice.