The Netherlands pulled off a truly astonishing victory over the South Africans to move to 2-1 in Group A play.
Two Olympic records and one World record went down on day six of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Read on for more of the day’s biggest swimming headlines.
New cases of COVID-19 are spiking around the country as the Olympics approach week 2, but especially in the primary Olympic host city of Tokyo.
Caeleb Dressel could swim three times tonight, chasing a 100 fly world record, a historic 50 free barrier, and the first-ever mixed medley relay Olympic gold.
Cal commit Gabriel Jett of Clovis Swim Club swam a pair of personal bests on day two of Santa Clarita Futures, nailing 50.59 100 free and 56.22 100 back.
Among Olympic gold medal winners, Anthony Nesty has already surpassed the coaching accomplishments of most at these Tokyo Olympics.
In her 5th 100 backstroke of the meet, Kira Toussaint cleared 59 seconds and produced the quickest backstroke split in the field.
Emma McKeon is 4-for-4 in terms of podium finishes thus far at Tokyo 2020 and could collect up to 3 more before the Games end.
The Polish men broke the national record during the prelims heats of the 4×100 medley relay on Day 7 Prelims of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Caeleb Dressel will lead the men’s 50 free, aiming to become the first man to go under 21 seconds in the 50 free since the bodysuit ban of 2010.
After reports that Michael Andrew had not worn a mask during an interview, the USOPC confirmed that athletes are not required to wear masks in interviews.
Dean breaks down both of his golden races, describing how he adjusted to the Olympic environment and embraced the pressure of an Olympic final
Sealing up silver in the men’s 200m IM final here in Tokyo, Duncan Scott tied 1908 Olympian Henry Taylor as the most decorated British Olympic athlete.
24-year-od Tatjana Schoenmaker has become the first South African woman to win an Olympic swimming title since Penny Heyns in Atlanta 1996.