The world record, 46.91, was set at the 2009 World Championships at the height of the now-illegal rubberized supersuit era by Brazil’s Cesar…
2015 World Champion Mitch Larkin also made it into the final in second place.
The 2012 Olympic champion, Hungary’s Daniel Gyurta, surprisingly did not advance out of the preliminary heats, finishing 17th by 0.02 second…
Missy Franklin, who raced in the preliminary heats, not be on the nighttime relay.
Even in defeat he never strayed from what got him here in the first place.
Michael Phelps, Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, Missy Franklin and Nathan Adrian are all in action tonight.
Haas helped Team USA bring home the gold in the 4×200 free relay.
The swim complex could help fill a need. Right now, the Round Rock Independent School District does not have any swimming pools of its own.
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All of the U.S. swimmers who raced in qualifying heats Wednesday afternoon advanced to their respective evening semifinals.
The water in the diving pool, which was a pristine, azure blue a day before, turned a deep shade of green overnight.
As competition continues in Rio, catch both men’s and women’s U.S. basketball teams on Day 5, and on the beach, Kerri Walsh Jennings and Apr…
Day 5 of rowing competition at the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas was cancelled on Wednesday due to stormy weather.
Fans wanted “GLAMSquad,” Simone Biles’ coach suggested “Slay Squad,” and fans voted for “Phenomenal Five.”
Day 4 in Rio saw Michael Phelps bring his career gold medal haul to 21. It saw the ‘Final Five’ cement their status as the best gymnasts in …
The U.S. women’s Olympic gymnastics team had already sewn up the team gold by the time three-time world champion Simone Biles saluted the fl…
A local therapist says cheering on the best athletes in the world can boost your mood and productivity.
The four Texas Longhorn swimmers went to Rio representing the U.S.A. will all come home with gold medals.
The race marked just the second time Lochte has been in the pool for the United States throughout Rio.
Tamas Kenderesi of Hungary was third and le Clos finished fourth with a time of 1:54.06.