It’s been rough sledding for the Australian Olympic swim team: after a somewhat-disappointing Olympic meet, Cate Campbell announced a hernia surgery, Bronte Barratt and Madison Wilson were hospitalized for pneumonia and now 100 free gold medalist Kyle Chalmers has also been hospitalized.
Following his gold medal performance at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Joseph Schooling has been awarded free flights for life by AirAsia.
Barry Revzin goes even more in depth on the Rio pool, sharing his data.
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers sits down with Ian Thorpe for two very different interviews…
Jimmy Feigen has released a statement about both the incident at the gas station and the legal proceedings in Brazil before he was allowed to leave the country.
Our most recent poll asked SwimSwam readers whom they believe Team USA should have selected to swim the 4×200 free relay:
Clay High School, where Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel went before making the jump to the University of Florida, posted a video…
Swimming fans can cast their votes for Phelps and Ledecky, as well as 8 Team USA favorites from other sports, until September 6th.
Current St. Peters Western Head Coach, Michael Bohl, responds to criticism concerning Australia’s swimming performance at the 2016 Olympic Games.
Simone Manuel and Lia Neal can add swimming filmmakers to their already-packed resumes.
World record-holder Cate Campbell swam through a hernia at the Rio Olympics and will require surgery when she returns to Australia, according to a report from the Sydney Morning Herald.
Aussie Olympic medalists Madi Wilson (pictured) and Bronte Barratt were both hospitalized in Rio today for separate illnesses. Wilson suffered abdominal pain, while Barratt has contracted pneumonia.
Many fans took to Twitter this Olympics, tweeting about the excitement, emotional ups and downs, upsets, and scandals that came along with it all. Below is a summary of the 2016 Olympics through Twitter data.
Ryan Lochte is experiencing some major brand fall-out after the Rio ‘robbery’ debacle.
Despite being pegged to earn a top 5 finish among nations in Rio by its national Sports Commission, Australian athletes nabbed just 29 medals to finish 10th in the overall standings.