Did you miss Sunday night’s action in Tokyo? Have no fear, SwimSwam has all the biggest swimming headlines from the second Olympic finals session for you.
Some of my favorite images I’ve ever taken were during this morning’s electric, exciting and emotional session. The top shots are compiled here.
Kyle Chalmers split 46.44 on the end of the Australian 4×100 free relay to post the 5th-fastest relay split of all time.
The US men became only the third group to crack 3:09 in the 4×100 free relay, and the first since 2008, en route to winning gold today.
American superstar Katie Ledecky has her first opportunity for Olympic gold in Tokyo on Day 2 in the women’s 400 freestyle final.
Canada’s Maggie MacNeil got today’s finals rolling with an Americas Record, while Zach Apple anchored the USA men to 4×100 freestyle gold at the end.
Ariarne Titmus beat Katie Ledecky in the women’s 400 free to pull Australia even with the United States in gold medals on Day 2.
Caeleb Dressel is set to join the American men in the 4×100 freestyle relay, leading-off for the team, which will be chased by the Italians.
Confident American Lilly King will open her 2020 Olympic campaign on Sunday in women’s 100 breaststroke, beginning her quest to defend 2016 gold.
After the women’s 400 free relay left the U.S. coaching staff with a deep calculus to make, the men’s 400 free relay will be straight-forward on Monday.
From smashing air guitars to the South African upset to the Lezak/Agnel heroics, the men’s 4×100 free relay has never failed to entertain.
Having taken out the men’s 100 fly world record in 2019, Caeleb Dressel is now eyeing Cesar Cielo’s super-suited world records in the 50 and 100 freestyle.
Five swimmers representing the Sandpipers of Nevada qualified for the USA’s Tokyo Olympic Team at Olympic Trials earlier this month.
Il draft ISL è iniziato, con le dieci franchigie che hanno annunciato ieri sera i 15 nuotatori mantenuti delle stagioni precedenti.
Indiana University held a press conference with some of their 2020 Olympians, as well as head swim coach Ray Looze and head diving coach Drew Johansen.