Ryan Lochte’s next fiercest competitor may be closer to home.
Lilly King joined Ali DeLoof, Kelsi Worrell, and Katrina Konopka to take the world record in the 200 SCM medley relay.
Martin Truijens will take over as the new head coach of Denmark’s National Training Centre in Copenhagen, replacing the departed Nick Juba.
Congratulations to 4-time Olympian Inge Dekker, as the Dutch sprinter announces her retirement from competitive swimming.
Kosuke Hagino (left) had to sit out last year’s World Championships due to a broken elbow. How did he and other injured athletes fare in Rio at the 2016 Olympic Games?
Cate and Bronte Campbell of Australia will get the chance to redeem themselves in the 50m freestyle today after both failing to make the podium in the 100 last night.
Katie Ledecky will look for her second straight 800 free Olympic title tonight.
Ilya Druzhinin had a terrific 1500m free this morning that almost saw him make the final out of heat 2.
Dutch swimmer Inge Dekker who was diagnosed with cervical cancer just seven months ago has battled back to qualify for the 50 freestyle semi-finals in Rio…
Katie Ledecky and Dana Vollmer will both swim in the final of the 400 free relay.
The Americans have a decision to make on who will contest the 400 free relay tonight.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace has scratched the 100 fly for this morning.
Dutch swimmer Inge Dekker decides to drop the 100m butterfly from her Rio repertoire.
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.
Inge Dekker of the Netherlands is readying to take on the world at her 4th Olympic Games, just months after taking on a cancer diagnosis.