Simone Manuel and Lia Neal can add swimming filmmakers to their already-packed resumes.
After returning as an Olympic gold medalist from the Rio Olympics, Kelsi Worrell threw the first pitch in today’s Philadelphia Phillies game.
At the Olympics all that really counts is a swimmer’s place, but swimming is a sport measured by times. Expectations…
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Scoring the 2016 Olympic Games as if it were an NCAA Championship meet, the Americans blew away the competition amassing nearly 1000 total points.
Teenagers Canadian Penny Oleksiak and Australian Kyle Chalmers both walked away from Rio with a gold around their necks…
With the competitive swimming portion of the 2016 Rio Olympics wrapping up this week, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has begun returning swimmers to their storage unit, where they’ll remain until fans care about swimming again in the year 2020.
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Of those who managed to get on the podium were several first time Olympians who have now established themselves as major players in the sport. Many of them are young, with plenty of progression still to be had as we usher in the new age of swimming.
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Six of the eight gold medalists in the women’s 4×100 medley relay either competed for, or will be competing for, NCAA programs in 2016.
Pernille Blume of Denmark held on to her top seeds from both the prelims and semifinals in order to claim her first Olympic gold medal, closing fast to touch in at a time of 24.07.
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.