A 15 member squad made up of some of the most promising 17-18 year old Canadian swimmers are currently in the midst of a training camp as part of the process of preparing for the Victorian Open State Championships….
It was four years ago that Park began training in Brisbane on a regular basis and the fit has been a great one not only for Park, but also for the St. Peters Western program…
South Korean Newspaper Arirang News reported today that Park Tae-Hwan will be heading back to Brisbane to begin his training…
2013 was our first Phelps-less year in a long while. Will the New Year bring a return of the iconic pre-race body-slaps?
South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan has already won four gold medals at the 94th Korean National Sports Festival
Park Tae-Hwan will be returning to competition at the National Sports Festival which is being held in Incheon, South Korea…
The men’s 200m freestyle World Championships Preview. (Photo Credit: TIm Binning, TheSwimPictures)
23-year old Park Tae Hwan, the defending 400 free World Champion, will sit out of the 2013 meet, according to the official Korean roster that was released earlier this week. (Photo: Melissa Lundie/MelissaLundie.com)
Cullen Jones, Olympic Champion, swims for Coach David Marsh at SwimMAC, and he is represented by Evan Morgenstein at PMG Sports.
Spolier alert: If you’re waiting to watch the NBC broadcast on delay, you should wait to watch this video too. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps won’t be side by side in their 400 IM Olympic battle on Night 1. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning, theswimpictures.com)
A quick dash through the rest of our Olympic picks. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The Olympics are all about epic swimming showdowns. Two swimmers, one gold medal. Defending Olympic Champion Park Tae Hwan of Korea, (pictured), will have to contend with rising star Sun Yang of China.
Defending Olympic champion Tae-Hwan Park is huge in Korea.