Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.
More than half of readers believe that Regan Smith will be the top scoring female freshman among the four that represented the U.S. in Tokyo.
Walsh talks about her experience at Olympic Trials and Olympic Games, noting that at both meets before semi-finals she was in a less-than-ideal headspace.
If you’re into more than just the numbers, here’s a narrative-style rundown of the most electric moments of the Tokyo Olympic Games as they happened.
Caeleb Dressel was one of the history-makers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, joining rarefied air with five gold medals.
Her 29.75 tonight was exactly 1 second faster than the fastest freestyle split in the final of the women’s 200 IM at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics a few weeks ago.
After popping all-time top-10 swims in 13-14 history over the week, Teagan O’Dell has broken the 200 IM NAG at 2:12.53, formerly held by Missy Franklin.
Everything you need for a quick refresher on what went down over eight days of swimming in Tokyo’s Olympic Aquatics Centre.
Didn’t have time to watch day four finals last night live or today before day five? Read on for the biggest swimming headlines from day four of Tokyo 2020.
Watch Ledecky and Sullivan go 1-2 for the USA in the women’s 1500 free final, Team GBR win their 1st men’s 800 free relay Olympic title, and more from day 5.
So much emotion and excitement in one session! Here are some of my favorites from the morning of tears and cheers.
Katie Ledecky (right) and Erica Sullivan (left) added a gold and a silver to Team USA’s medal count on Day 4 of the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.
USA’s Katie Ledecky will compete in the finals of both the 200 free and a new Olympic event, the women’s 1500 free, on Wednesday morning in Tokyo.
The American men finished fourth in the 4×200 free relay, marking the first time the country has failed to reach the podium in a men’s relay event.