Schooling caused a sensation at Rio 2016 when he beat Michael Phelps to win the 100m butterfly.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: In the pool, US win six medals, Australia create world record, Tunisia earn surprise podium finish
Host Japan won a swimming gold, Tunisia claimed a surprising spot atop the medal podium, and the mighty Australian women set the first world record of the competition in the 4x100 freestyle relay.
Naomi Osaka says Michelle Obama, Novak Djokovic, and few others reached out after she withdrew from French Open
On the topic of news conferences, Osaka said she thinks the “format itself is out of date and in great need of a refresh.”
The Tokyo Olympics 2020 will see some of the biggest names in recent sporting history miss out, whether that's due to retirement or through injury.
"I still want to race," Lochte said. "As far as another Olympic trials, I don't know about that. I'll be 40. That would be pushing it."
After embarrassing himself five years ago in Rio de Janeiro, Lochte's bid for a fifth Olympics ended with a laboured, seventh-place finish in the 200 IM at the US swimming trials Friday night.
In the 1500m event, Ledecky's winning time was 15 minutes, 40.50 seconds, well off her 2018 world record (15:20.48) but fastest in the world this year.
Chase Kalisz, who says Phelps is like a big brother, claimed another trip to the Olympics by winning the 400-meter individual medley Sunday.
What does success do to a mind that has been hardwired for years—even decades—to move on from defeats and zealously chase victory? And what can be done to prevent other athletes—particularly the younger ones—from falling in the same trap?
Schooling, the Southeast Asian city-state's first Olympic champion, said the year's pandemic delay had given him extra time to prepare after a disappointing World Championships in 2019.
In this edition of The Heist, we look at instances from the Olympics that make you believe in miracles:
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Caeleb Dressel won't top Michael Phelps' 23 golds, Eliud Kipchoge will dominate marathon, says Olympic historian Bill Mallon
In gymnastics, Mallon is hardly going out on a limb in predicting that American Simone Biles, a four-time winner at Rio Olympics, will reign supreme again, provided she avoids injury
'I ask for no favours but fair play,' writes Nikhat Zareen in letter to sports minister demanding trial against Mary Kom
In her letter, which Zareen also posted on her Twitter account, Zareen says that she asks for no favours but 'fair play' and an equal opportunity to qualify for the Olympics
FINA World Championships 2019: American sensation Caeleb Dressel counts flaws despite hat-trick of titles in one night
Everything he touches turns to gold, but American swim sensation Caeleb Dressel beat himself up over a less-than-perfect start Saturday after completing a stunning hat-trick of world titles.
World Aquatics Championships: American Caeleb Dressel obliterates Michael Phelps' record to top men's 100 metres semi-final
Caeleb Dressel turned over half a second inside world record pace before driving home to clock 49.50 seconds in Gwangju, 0.32 quicker than American legend Phelps
FINA World Championships 2019: Michael Phelps acknowledges new world record holder Hungarian Kristof Milak as 'incredible'
Hungarian 19-year old Kristof Milak breaks Michael Phelps' world record in 200 metres butterfly
World Aquatics Championships: Kristof Milak breaks Michael Phelps' 200m record; veteran Federica Pellegrini stuns Katie Ledecky
Milak touched in 1 minute, 50.73 seconds on Wednesday to lower the mark of 1:51.51 that Phelps set at the 2009 worlds in Rome during the height of the high-tech suit era
FINA World Championships 2019: USA's Caeleb Dressel clock's year's fastest time in 100 metres freestyle
USA's Caeleb Dressel has already won two gold medals in the 4x100m relay and the 50m butterfly and looks on course to add to his medal haul in Gwangju
Recent trends in society about speaking out about mental health struggles have resulted in changing attitudes and more support, resulting in help for athletes.
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The successful culmination of the programme to test-prove India’s anti-satellite weapon capability — Mission Shakti — was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday.