Learn something new in this latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring China, Russia and New Zealand among the topics.
The coronavirus countermeasures put in place for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have been greatly enhanced.
Ippei Watanabe may not have made the Japanese Olympic team for this summer’s home-based Games, but he is still holding his head high.
With just 3 months to go until the Olympic Games, Tokyo has been placed under another State of Emergency because of COVID-19.
Over 400 Olympic items are up for auction including a swimsuit from the gold medalist in the women’s 100 backstroke at the 1956 Olympics.
3-time Olympic gold medalist Anthony Ervin spoke out this week against the new recommendations limiting athlete protests at the Olympics
Asian media is reporting that Sun Yang is set to compete at next week’s Chinese Nationals which begin on Friday, April 30th.
The IOC AC has issued recommendations on Rule 50, which covers how athletes are allowed to express themselves during the Olympic Games.
Siobhan Haughey swam a career-best 50 free and the world’s #3 200 free of the season at the Hong Kong Festival of Sport Time Trial.
Sakiko Shimizu of Japan has revealed her decision to retire from competitive swimming at the age of 29. She finaled in the 400m IM in Rio.
Brazil’s Olympic Trials meet is nearly upon us as we take a look at this week’s big competitions having Tokyo complications.
Japan’s Akihiro Yamaguchi, the one-time World Record holder in the men’s 200m breast, has announced his formal retirement at the age of 26.
Can Daiya Seto break Michael Phelps’s WR in the 400 IM? We’ve crunched the numbers to see the splits Seto needs to go 4:03.83.
Evgeny Rylov’s European Record in the men’s 200 backstroke is among the top performances we’ve seen in 2021.
Shoma Sato (pictured) is the latest in a long line of dominant Japanese swimmers in the men’s 200 breast.