29-year-old Kiwi Olympian Lauren Boyle has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
L’effet LEDECKY n’est-il pas de désertifier le demi-fond féminin, en raison de l’impossibilité vécue par toutes ces filles de l’emporter ?
Boglarka Kapas is the leading candidate for silver in the women’s 1500 behind Katie Ledecky.
Katie Ledecky’s 15:35.65 1500 in Santa Clara was the 5th fastest swim in history.
2015 World Championships double silver medalist Lauren Boyle has pulled out of Budapest.
2016 Olympian Lauren Boyle will be joined by 11 teammates on their way to the World Championships in Budapest this July.
Corey Main came up big in the men’s 200m backstroke in Auckland.
No New Zealand National Championships for Olympian Lauren Boyle.
Swimming New Zealand was hit with a drastic funding reduction, dropping its annual budget from $1.5 million in 2014 to $900,000…
Florent Manaudou finally gets his opportunity to shine individually here in Rio with the men’s 50 free getting underway today.
Australian sprinter Kyle Chalmers helped lead the youth’s charge into Rio for Oceanic Olympians on Day 2.
New Zealand’s distance star Lauren Boyle has missed out on the Rio 400 free final after placing 14th in prelims.
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Katie Ledecky is so far ahead of the rest of the world’s best, the 800 free has become a race between Ledecky and her personal best times.
Leah Smith is the favorite for silver– is she also the favorite to join Ledecky under 4:00 in Rio?