Ledecky dominates 1,500 freestyle at Calif. meet
Katie Ledecky won the 1,500-meter freestyle at the Pro Swim Series meet with the world's fastest time this year.
Ledecky wins 200 free with world's fastest time
Katie Ledecky won the 200-meter freestyle at the TYR Pro Swim Series meet with the world's fastest time this year.
Ikee makes Olympics after leukemia diagnosis
Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee on Sunday qualified for the Tokyo Olympics just two years after she was diagnosed with leukemia.
How Schooling plans to capitalise on delayed Olympics
Joseph Schooling explains how he's using the extra year to prepare for his 100m butterfly gold medal defence.
Ledecky wins 200M free for 3rd Texas event title
Katie Ledecky led all the way in winning the 200-meter freestyle at the TYR Pro Swim Series meet in Texas, earning her third title in three days.
Ex-Aussie Olympian Miller busted in drug ring
Former Olympic swimmer Scott Miller has been arrested and charged with drug trafficking in Sydney.
Swiss court details anti-China bias of Sun judge
The Swiss supreme court explained Friday why it has ordered a retrial for Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang in a doping case, citing anti-China bias related to killing dogs for food by one of the judges in the case.
Court overturns swimmer Sun Yang's doping ban
The World Anti-Doping Agency says a Swiss court has overturned an eight-year doping ban against Chinese swimmer Sun Yang and ordered the case back to the Court of Arbitration for Sport for a second time but with a different chairman of the judges.
Swimmer Jack banned 2 years in doping case
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack was found guilty Monday of accidental doping and was given a two-year ban that expires days before the start of the Tokyo Olympics.
Lochte ticked off about 'worst meet I've ever had'
Ryan Lochte was upset about his performance in the U.S. Open, the first major meet in America since the coronavirus pandemic, saying it's "going to go down as my worst meet that I've ever had."
Ex-Olympian Perkins to lead Swimming Australia
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Kieren Perkins has been named president of Swimming Australia.
Aussie swimming coaching great Talbot dies at 87
Don Talbot, the foundation director of the Australian Institute of Sport and one of the country's greatest swimming coaches, has died. He was 87.
What have we learned, 10 years after swimmer Fran Crippen's avoidable death?
Ten years ago today, swimmer Fran Crippen drowned during a race, in waters that many considered unsafe. Bonnie Ford reflects on the wake-up call it provided to Olympic sports federations, and the legacy of giving that Crippen has left.
Title IX suit filed vs. Iowa to save swimming
Members of Iowa's women's swimming and diving team filed a Title IX suit to block the elimination of their program.
Peruvian swimmer Fiol (doping) gets 8-year ban
Peruvian swimmer Mauricio Fiol has been banned for eight years for doping with steroids ahead of a planned comeback from a first ban to compete at his home Pan American Games.
Katie Ledecky swims the length of a pool with a glass of milk on her head
Katie Ledecky swims across the pool with a glass of chocolate milk on her head and manages to keep it from spilling.
USA Swimming adds SoCal meet to pro series
The meet will be Nov. 12-15 in Irvine at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center. Finals will be held in the morning and preliminaries at night to mimic the schedule for the Tokyo Olympics next year. It will be the second of six stops in the series.
Abhinav Bindra questions Kumbh Mela amid pandemic, slams Yogeshwar Dutt for backing it
'A virus does not discriminate between religions,' Bindra tweeted in response to Dutt's original post.
Sindhu, Neeraj and shooting stars: India's top 10 medal prospects at 2021 Tokyo Olympics
With 100 days to go to the start of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, we list India's ten best medal prospects.
Conn Findlay, Olympic rowing and sailing medalist, dies at 90
Conn Findlay, a four-time Olympic medalist in the sports of rowing and sailing and a member of two winning America's Cup crews, has died. He was 90.
Olympics bound Priyanka, Asiad champion Jinson Johnson test positive for COVID-19
Another Tokyo Games-bound race walker K T Irfan has returned negative after he was tested as a primary contact of Johnson.
With a borrowed boat and the wind in her sails, Nethra Kumanan crafts sailing history
Nethra Kumanan is the first Indian woman sailor to qualify for the Olympics.
Sushila's Olympic dream on hold after judo team withdraws from qualifiers due to COVID
India's 15-member team was forced to pull out of the Olympic qualifiers after two players tested positive.