The amount collected in this auction will be donated to the #playforindia initiative, which will help the daily workers and support staff members.
Hear what 23-year-old Duncan Scott has to say about Sun Yang a year after their contentious interaction at the FINA World Aquatic Championships.
The tide level in Odaiba Seaside Park is expected to be too shallow for competition by August 2021, pointing towards a potential open water location change.
Take a look at the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring swimmers from North Carolina, New York and beyond.
Siobhan Haughey very-nearly swam two lifetime bests on Saturday in Hong Kong at a time trial event hosted by the national federation.
Rio Shirai of Japan has steadily been improving in the 100m back, giving her nation a spark of hope in a discipline devoid of an Olympic finalist since 2012.
China announced this week that the nation will not stage most of its scheduled international sports events for the remainder of 2020.
Catch up on swimming stories from around the web, including Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and more in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
The Japanese Swimming Federation (JASF) has revealed the plan for its first competition back from its coronavirus lockdown.
The Tokyo 2020 organizing committee has said it will issue ticket refunds for those spectators unable to attend due to the delay.
“I wish there was an organization or group who can advise and support the athletes who fall in a situation like mine,” Junya Koga says, reflecting on his ban.
19-year-old Rikako Ikee spent most of 2019 in a hospital undergoing leukemia treatments. Now back in the pool, she’s aiming for an October racing return.
Read up on this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Ryan Murphy, Rikako Ikee, Daiya Seto and more in unique stories from around the web.
19-year-old Japanese swimming champion Rikako Ikee may not swim at the 2020 Olympics, but she is still getting involved in the international sporting event.