Summer McIntosh, the 16-year-old Canadian who promises to be a star at next year’s Paris Olympics, has won her second gold medal of the World Aquatics Championships.
American swimmer Katie Ledecky's legacy keeps growing.
American freestyler Katie Ledecky has never gone home with anything other than a gold or silver medal in the Olympics or world championships dating from the 2012 London Games.
American star Caeleb Dressel still has a shot at five gold medals.
For all the focus on Caeleb Dressel, Australia’s Emma McKeon could leave the Tokyo Olympics with more swimming medals than anyone.
Caeleb Dressel has won his third gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics with a world record in the 100-meter butterfly.
Siobhán Haughey of Hong Kong earned a silver medal in the 100-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics, giving the swimmer her second medal.
Zhang Yufei had a much busier morning than she was expecting at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
The U.S. women's swimming team is pocketing plenty of medals at the Olympic pool.
Katie Ledecky will be the first to concede that her standards are almost impossible to meet, especially at this stage of her stellar swimming career.
The Australian swimmer known as the Terminator who took down Katie Ledecky at the Olympics has done it again.
Katie Ledecky got her first gold medal of these Olympics, while Simone Biles pulled out of another event she came into the Games favored to win.
Finally, a gold medal in Tokyo for Katie Ledecky.
Alaska, of all places, has an Olympic champion at the pool.
Katie Ledecky strolled onto the deck first, which meant she was headed to the second spot on the medal podium.
Ariarne Titmus and Luka Doncic made memorable Olympic debuts.
Caeleb Dressel got started on his quest for six gold medals in swimming, while Katie Ledecky found herself in a very unusual position: Second place.
Katie Ledecky opened her Olympic program as the top qualifier in the 400-meter freestyle, setting up a showdown with Ariarne Titmus of Australia.
Katie Ledecky touched the wall far ahead of everyone else at the U.S. swimming trials.