Caeleb Dressel and Emma McKeon are the most decorated athletes at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Dressel earned 5 golds and McKeon earned 4 golds and 3 bronzes.
Caeleb Dressel was one of the history-makers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, joining rarefied air with five gold medals.
Since the 1896 Olympics, athletes born in California have won 491 Olympic gold medals for Team USA. New York has the 2nd-most Olympic gold medals with 246.
By winning seven medals in Tokyo, McKeon became the first woman since Soviet gymnast Larisa Latynina to lead an Olympic Games in medal count.
Caeleb Dressel joins Mark Spitz, Matt Biondi and Michael Phelps as the only male swimmers to win five gold medals at a single Olympic Games.
Dressel won the 50 freestyle with a 21.07 by nearly half a second in what was the biggest margin of victory in the event’s Olympic history.
Among Olympic gold medal winners, Anthony Nesty has already surpassed the coaching accomplishments of most at these Tokyo Olympics.
I 50 metri stile libero maschili avranno un nuovo olimpionico a Tokyo. Dressel punta all’oro ed al record del Mondo. I contendenti al podio
Caeleb Dressel has led the world rankings of the 50m free for the past three seasons. He matched his lifetime best time of 21.04 at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Even the most casual swim fans know that Michael Phelps is all-time Olympic medal leader, but here’s the other men who have led the swimming medal count.
Today marks the launch of the International Swimmers’ Alliance (ISA), an independent organization established by athletes, for athletes
Alliance to be led by Olympic swimming greats Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Katinka Hosszu, Chad Le Clos and retired legend Matt Biondi who form the 10-person Board.
I record del mondo stabiliti durante la serie del Mare Nostrum Tour sono sette. Il primo fu di Alexander Popov, l’ultimo di Therese Alshammar
In almost 30 years, seven world records have been set in Monte Carlo, Canet and Barcelona, with Sweden’s Therese Alshammar the last to do so in 2007.
Ryan Murphy was one of three swimmers to win both the Olympic and NCAA titles in the same event in 2016, doing so in the men’s 100 and 200 backstroke.