It’s been a while since Korean Park Tae Hwan has been in the water, but his proved he’s still got his mojo with a gold medal-capturing anchor at the Korean Sports Festival tonight.
Despite hinting at possible retirement, 2008 Olympic champion Park Tae Hwan of Korea is expected to compete at this 99th Korean National Swim Meet coming up later this month.
Rikako Ikee, just 18 years old, became the first woman ever to be awarded MVP of the Asian Games.
World record holder Ippei Watanabe will swim the men’s 200 breast on day 3 of the Asian Games.
Olympic champions Dmitriy Balandin and Joseph Schooling are among the high-profile athletes not from powerhouse squads Japan or China competing at the 2018 Asian Games.
The 2018 Pan Pacific Championships are set to begin in one week and the psych sheets have just been released on the official meet website.
“Rather than saying I am retiring, I’d like to take some time to think about my future,” says Park Tae Hwan after announcing he has dropped out of the Asian Games.
2008 Olympic champion Park Tae Hwan of Korea saw his Asian Games medals stripped from the 2014 edition, but hopes to move on from that history with new performances this year.
Tonight, Katie Ledecky will try to better her season-best 3:57.94 in the 400 free from May at the Indy PSS.
Simone Manuel will swim the 50 free on day 4 in Santa Clara.
Among the stars to swim tonight are Chase Kalisz, Ryan Lochte, Caeleb Dressel, Katie Ledecky, Melanie Margalis, Ryan Murphy, Kylie Masse, Ryosuke Irie.
Chase Kalisz will take on the 200 fly/200 IM double on day 3 of the TYR Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara.
Ryan Murphy wins 200m backstroke in 1:56.0
World champion backstroker Bobby Hurley of Australia is taking the next step in his aquatic career.
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