After an athlete from the New York Breakers tested positive for COVID-19, the whole team will isolate until at least Saturday, officials stated.
Marco Koch will return to the NY Breakers and needs to use his experience as an elite-level breaststroker to lead the NY Breakers.
The 2016 U.S. Open was held right before the Rio 2016 Olympics for swimmers that *just* missed the team. Some standout names from that meet are now Olympians.
After their younger teammates out-swam them, veterans Yulia Efimova (ROC) and Lilly King (USA) have been put on the BR prelims spots for the 400 medley relay.
China’s Zhang Yufei, the top seed by 1.3 seconds with 2:04.89, will race in the final of the women’s 200 fly on Thursday morning in Tokyo.
La sessione di giovedì mattina, che consiste nelle finali e semifinali del giorno 5, produrrà cinque nuovi campioni olimpici.
Perhaps the race of the Olympics: 2016 Olympic champ Kyle Chalmers takes on 2017/2019 World champ Caeleb Dressel with gold and the world record on the line.
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.
So much emotion and excitement in one session! Here are some of my favorites from the morning of tears and cheers.
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.
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.
American superstar Katie Ledecky has her first opportunity for Olympic gold in Tokyo on Day 2 in the women’s 400 freestyle final.
Zhang Yufei has remained cool, calm, and collected throughout the prelims and semis of the 100 butterfly. Will she be able to hold off the field in the final?
Adam Peaty was in his element on day one, sporting a mustache while comfortably winning the 100 breast semifinal. There were no European medalists on day one.