100 back medalists Taylor Ruck, Kylie Masse and Emily Seebohm will do battle once again in the 200 back final on day 4 of the Commonwealth Games.
Adam Peaty will be amongst the competition during day 4 prelims of the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Citing the need to repair if she wants a solid go at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, world record holder Cate Campbell is opting out of the 2017 World Championships.
3-time Olympian Belinda Hocking says goodbye to her swimming career.
Travis Mahoney, 7th place finisher in the men’s 400 IM in Rio, is making the move to Marion Swimming Club, home of Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.
Cate Campbell missing the podium in both the women’s 50 and 100 freestyle events was one of the biggest surprises of the Olympic Games.
Funky Trunks suits are fashionable and worn by some of the most elite athletes.
Assuming Michael Phelps isn’t making a comeback down the road, this will be his last individual race ever where he will look to four-peat in this event winning gold number five of these games and 23 all time.
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Finally Michael Phelps is up in the men’s 100m butterfly. This event is arguably the toughest on his schedule for him. He wasn’t remarkably fast at the US Olympic Trials but has shown throughout this meet that he’s much better than he was just a few weeks ago.
Florent Manaudou finally gets his opportunity to shine individually here in Rio with the men’s 50 free getting underway today.
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Defending Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Missy Franklin faces off against Aussie duet Emily Seebohm, the 2015 world champion, and Belinda Hocking. Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu and Olympic newcomer Maya DiRado, among others, will add to the drama of this amazing race.
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Tonight, Maya DiRado scored her third championship of the week to become the fifth-fastest American 200 backstroker in history and the fourth-fastest swimmer in the world this year.