Canadian swimming legend Ryan Cochrane has officially announced his retirement.
Condorelli, who became a household name in the swimming world after stories of his middle finger ritual circulated, finished just off the podium at the Olympics with a 4th place finish in the 100 free.
Canada’s top female distance swimmer is calling it a career. Brittany MacLean spanned two generations of Canadian swimming and earned…
While Cochrane, 27, and Caldwell, 25, are back in the pool training, HPC-VIC head coach Ryan Mallette is also looking ahead to the next generation of new blood in the centre.
Eugene Liang who has worked closely with Canadian Olympic medalists Ryan Cochrane, Brent Hayden and Hilary Caldwell will now take on the task of leading Triathlon Canada…
Gregorio Paltrinieri of Italy met all expectations in tonight’s 1500m freestyle final, becoming Italy’s first Olympic gold medallist in the event in the history of swimming.
In the men’s race, it’s the last farewell to Phelps who will be fighting alongside his American teammates to take down the British in an event they have never lost at the Olympic Games
Both the USA and Canada took rocky roads to get to Rio, but both ultimately delivered better than one could have predicted.
Connor Jaeger threw down an American record of 14:39.48 to win silver and become the first U.S. athlete ever under 14:40.
Michael Phelps will go for one last gold medal tonight in his final career Olympic appearance in the men’s 400 medley relay.
Cate and Bronte Campbell of Australia will get the chance to redeem themselves in the 50m freestyle today after both failing to make the podium in the 100 last night.
2012 Olympic gold medalist and world record holder Sun Yang missed the 1500 free final, finishing 16th in the heats.
The Campbell sisters will look to rebound this morning (or afternoon) in the 50 freestyle after a disappointing 100 freestyle final last night.
The Canadians won their first Olympic relay medal in 24 years today in the women’s 4×100 free.
The day has finally arrived, the 2016 Olympic Games will commence in the pool, beginning a week-long mix of triumph and heartbreak depicting the raw emotion of sport displayed exclusively at the Olympics.