In spite of not being publicly named to the U.S. Olympic coaching staff, Sandpipers of Nevada coach Ron Aitken has been taken to Tokyo anyway.
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.
Only one Pick’Em voter correctly predicted the top 4 finishers of the men’s 200 fly final in the right order: Milak, Honda, Burdisso, and Kenderesi
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.
The Olympics have officially seen their first podium in the women’s 1500 freestyle, with American Katie Ledecky un-surprisingly on top.
We took to social media on Day 3 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to see what the world had to say about the swimming action of the day.
By the rules, did heat 1 winner Katrina Bellio or Heat 5 winner Katie Ledecky officially set the first Olympic Record? The answer is within.
Tonight’s four prelims events will feature all four reigning world record-holders, and star Katie Ledecky will swim both the 200 free and 1500 free heats.
During the event’s Olympic debut, Katie Ledecky threw down the 8th fastest performance in history with a 15:35.35 prelim swim.
Katie Ledecky ha stabilito il primo record olimpico della storia nei 1500 stile libero femminili Simona Quadarella prima finale olimpica
Jianjiahe was only about 6 seconds slower than newly minted Olympic record holder Katie Ledecky during the first-ever women’s Olympic 1500 free prelims.