Great Britain’s Tom Dean and Duncan Scott went 1-2 in the men’s 200m free, fueling talks of a potential World Record in the men’s 800m free relay.
The US probably has three for-sure changes to make in the 800 free relay final. But will they make a 4th, and will it even matter?
Spain’s Blai Mallarach Guell was pivotal for his team, scoring 2 extra player goals.
After considering retirement and waiting tables in 2020, Bowe Becker propelled the Americans to gold in the men’s 400 free relay at the Olympic Games.
Female coaches are rare at the top levels of Olympic swimming, but they’re becoming more-and-more common thanks to women like Mel Marshall (above).
As Lydia Jacoby upset Lilly King in the women’s 100 BR final, the USA earned 3 bronzes thanks to the 100 Bk efforts of Ryan Murphy and Regan Smith.
Watch Caeleb Dressel’s first individual swim of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in the men’s 100 freestyle.
17-year old Lydia Jacoby, from Seward, Alaska, dethroned the King in the women’s 100 breaststroke final. She’s the first-ever Olympic swimmer from Alaska.
Watch all of the race videos from an exciting third night of swimming in Tokyo.
“He’s very passionate about what he does – he really becomes quite animated,” 400m freestyle gold medalist Ariarne Titmus said of her coach Dean Boxall.
After Kazakhstan’s Vitaly Khudyakov appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, FINA acquiesced and granted a 26th qualification spot for the Olympics.
Last night was full of historical finishes and upsets across 4 finals and 3 semifinals. Check out the biggest swimming headlines from day 3 of Tokyo 2020.
Italy’s Federica Pellegrini sealed her status as an Olympic icon even further by making the women’s 200m free final in Tokyo.
Out of the 400m IM final, out of the 200m fly final, Japan’s Daiya Seto looks to the 200 IM to finally make his mark here in Tokyo.
We saw youngsters step up on Day 3, including 17-year-old Lydia Jacoby, 16-year-old David Popovici, and Aussie superstar Kaylee Mckeown