Following the first night of swimming competition at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Australia leads the gold medal race, becoming the only nation to win multiple golds with their 2 wins in tonight’s finals session.
Mack Horton and Sun Yang are two intense rivals both in the pool and on the deck.
The Australian team, anchored by the Campbell sisters took down the world record in tonight’s 4 x 100 free relay.
The Americans have a decision to make on who will contest the 400 free relay tonight.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu will look for her first Olympic medal tonight after narrowly missing the wolrd record this morning in the women’s 400 IM.
The Australian women scored a new Olympic record this morning, and the world record is well within reach tonight.
The Australians will use their top two swimmers, Cate and Bronte Campbell, in the prelims of the women’s 400 free relay.
As we head into the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Australia looks like the team to beat in the women’s 4×100 free relay. This year, the Aussies have 3 women under 53 seconds, with Cate Campbell (52.06), Bronte Campbell (52.58), and Emma McKeon (52.80) sitting 1st, 2nd, and 4th in the World Rankings.
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Follow the Australian swim team on their social media accounts during their Olympic adventures.
The women of the United States of America made a statement this morning in the prelims of the women’s 100 free, showing the world the American sprinters’ relevance even in the age of the Aussie Campbell sisters.
Katinka Hosszu will take on one of the toughest world records on the books in Rio: the women’s 400 IM.
A strong interenational field has descended on the George Haines Internatial Swim Center in Santa Clara for the 2016 Arena…
Let’s take a look at what the women’s Olympic relay landscape looks like now that we’re 100 days away from Rio’s Opening Ceremony.
There will 34 athletes headed to Rio, which includes 19 women and 15 men, which is significantly smaller than the 2012 team that included 47 swimmers…