Scoring the 2016 Olympic Games as if it were an NCAA Championship meet, the Americans blew away the competition amassing nearly 1000 total points.
With the competitive swimming portion of the 2016 Rio Olympics wrapping up this week, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has begun returning swimmers to their storage unit, where they’ll remain until fans care about swimming again in the year 2020.
Jimmy Feigen answered submitted questions earlier this week in a Reddit ‘AMA,’ at one point mentioning that he does not plan to compete in Tokyo.
Now that he’s finished his races at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Team USA’s Ryan Lochte sat down with the press to talk about his 200 IM race, and the possibility of training with his former Florida teammate Conor Dwyer after Rio.
In the letter, they asked that the top 10 athletes in each Olympic event be subject to at least 6 out-of-competition drug tests.
The most dominant swim of Olympic night four was a classic.
Quick quotes from Michael Phelps, Conor Dwyer, Sarah Sjostrom, Lilly King, and Yusra Mardini from after this morning’s prelims.
2016 RIO OLYMPIC GAMES Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Swimming: August 6-13 Olympic Aquatics Stadium, Barra Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro…
Daily Dominance is the best way to describe the swimming competition in Rio.
Conor Dwyer’s 200 free has been the model of consistency.
Townley Haas (left) was the key for Team USA’s gold in the men’s 4×200 freestyle relay
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Katie Ledecky won the 200 free over fellow superstar Sarah Sjostrom, removing the Swede from contention for swimmer of the meet honors.
Michael Phelps’s cap ripped in his hands just moments before his final swim of Wednesday night, but the American Olympic hero wore teammate Conor Dwyer’s cap en route to gold medal #21.
Michael Phelps gets the nod to swim the men’s 800 free relay tonight.