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THE Olympics Games is one of the most popular sporting events followed closely by the Chinese.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Two of the defining women swimmers of recent years, Italy's Federica Pellegrini and Hungary's Katinka Hosszu, bowed out of the Olympics on Wednesday with no medals but with their world records intact and a place in the history books assured.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Nothing at the Olympics is certain, but the prospect of Adam Peaty winning the 100 metres breaststroke gold in Tokyo is about as close to it as it gets.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The focus may be on the big name Americans and Australians but this could be the Games where Russian swimmers could make their biggest splash in the men's events in 25 years.
TOKYO (Reuters) - World number one Kaylee McKeown of Australia will be withdrawing from the women's 200 metres medley at this week's Olympic Games to focus on her backstroke events, the national team coach said on Thursday, citing a tough schedule.
TOKYO (Reuters) - New Zealander Lewis Clareburt was not even born when compatriot Danyon Loader won two swimming gold medals in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
(Reuters) - The president of Poland's swimming federation (PZP) has apologised after six athletes were sent home from the Tokyo Games due to an administrative error.
(Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) dismissed cases against Russian swimmers Alexandr Kudashev and Veronika Andrusenko on Monday after they had been suspended for suspected anti-doping rule violations, clearing them to compete at the Tokyo Olympics.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Driven by the memory of her dead father, Australian teenager Kaylee McKeown has hit a stunning vein of form just in time for her Olympic debut and heads to Tokyo ranked number one in the world in her three individual events.
(Reuters) - Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty has said there is no right answer to questions on the Tokyo Games taking place during the COVID-19 crisis but he is among the "biased" athletes who want the event to happen and is taking every precaution to compete.