The IOC has confirmed that Canadians Penny Oleksiak and Taylor Ruck are the first two Olympic medalists ever that were born in the 2000s.
Abbey Weitzeil’s huge split on the 4×100 free relay gives a spark of hope to an American medley relay originally projected to take silver.
Ryan Murphy extended the Americans streak to six consecutive gold medals in the men’s 100 backstroke.
Canadian Kylie Masse won bronze in the women’s 100 back in a new national record, the Canadian women three medals in three days.
Her performances have rocketed here to stardom in Canada over night, although we at SwimSwam still credit her fame to creating the swimmers dougie.
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Olivia Anderson wins her second event taking the women’s 1500 freestyle on the final day of competition of the Canadian Swimming Championships…
Oleksiak broke her own Junior World Record with her swim in tonight’s 100 fly final, where she placed 2nd only to World Record holder Sarah Sjostrom.
Michael Phelps won his record 19th Olympic gold medal as the Americans regained glory in the men’s 400 free relay.
Penny Oleksiak broke the junior world record in the women’s 100 fly winning silver.
Brittany Maclean broke her own Canadian record in the Olympic heats for the second straight Games en route to qualifying 5th for the final.
Richard Funk took the top seed in the men’s 100 breast in a quick 1:01.49 this morning.
The Australian women downed the 400 freestyle relay world record last night, but remarkably, the individual best times from their personnel suggests they could have been even faster
Andrew Tiffany, who worked on the Olympic Aquatic Stadium, placed a toonie in the liner of the pool hoping that it will bring Canadians swimmers good luck in Rio…
16-year-olds Penny Oleksiak (pictured) and Taylor Ruck were each members of the Canadian bronze-medal 400 free relay, leading their country to top our 18-and-under medal table after day one.