Swimmer sues over allegedly tainted vitamins
A world champion swimmer and former University of Texas athlete is suing a Dallas-based health company claiming that its multivitamins led to her suspension from international competition.
Ledecky part of new team-based pro swim league
Katie Ledecky will be among the competitors in a new international pro swim league that will feature four teams based in the United States and four based in Europe.
Japan's Fujimori suspended amid doping case
The governing body of swimming says Hiromasa Fujimori has been provisionally suspended while suspected of doping.
Olympic medalist Manaudou returns to swimming
Olympic gold medalist Florent Manaudou is making a comeback to swimming with the aim of competing at the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
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Japanese swim star Ikee diagnosed with leukemia
Japanese swimming star Rikako Ikee has been diagnosed with leukemia less than 18 months before the Olympics in Tokyo.
Swimmer Adrian diagnosed with testicular cancer
Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Nathan Adrian announced Thursday that he has testicular cancer.
Ledecky wins 4 events at Swim Series meet
Katie Ledecky won the 1,500-meter freestyle Saturday in 15 minutes and 45.59 seconds for her fourth individual title of the week in a TYR Pro Swim Series meet.
Phelps honored for mental health advocacy
Michael Phelps will receive the Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion from the Ruderman Family Foundation to recognize his advocacy for people with disabilities.
Decorated swimmer Missy Franklin retires at 23
Missy Franklin, a five-time Olympic gold medalist, announced her retirement at age 23, citing chronic shoulder pain as the impetus for her decision.
Missy Franklin explains why now is the time to retire from competitive swimming
Missy Franklin, a five-time Olympic gold medalist, announced her retirement from the sport on Wednesday. In an exclusive letter she shared with ESPN senior writer Wayne Drehs, Franklin explains why and how she came to her decision.
U.S. sets 4x50 mixed medley relay world record
Caeleb Dressel, Kelsi Dahlia, Michael Andrew and Olivia Smoliga of the United States set a world record in the 4x50-meter mixed medley relay at the world short-course swimming championships.
FINA to launch elite series; $3.9M up for grabs
FINA will launch a series of three invitational events -- with $3.9 million in prizes -- for Olympic and world champions, world-record holders and top-ranked swimmers.
Japan's Seto, U.S. men set short-course records
Japan's Daiya Seto set a world record in the 200-meter butterfly and upset Chad le Clos at the world short-course swimming championships on Tuesday. The U.S. men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay team also set a world record in winning gold.
Dominant 20: The Conversation with Katie Ledecky
The Olympian tells espnW's Allison Glock how she went from swimming at the local pool as a way to meet friends to repeatedly smashing world records.
Swimmers file antitrust suit vs. world body FINA
Three Olympic and world champion swimmers have filed an antitrust suit in California challenging governing body FINA's control over organizing competitions.
Manuel sweeps sprint freestyles with win in 100
Two-time Olympic champion Simone Manuel completed a sweep of the sprint freestyles at the USA Swimming Winter Nationals, winning the 100-meter race on Saturday. Manuel touched in 53.38 seconds to beat Margo Geer by a second.
Durden, Meehan to coach U.S. Olympic swimmers
Dave Durden of California and Greg Meehan of Stanford will oversee the U.S. Olympic swimming team in 2020, with both serving as head coaches for the first time.
Ledecky routs 200 free for third title in 3 days
Katie Ledecky finished more than 2 seconds clear of Olympic teammate Simone Manuel to win the 200-meter freestyle Friday at the USA Swimming Winter National Championships.
Ledecky wins 800 free at U.S. Winter Nationals
Katie Ledecky won the 800-meter freestyle by nearly 14 seconds at the U.S. Winter National Championships to become the first qualifier for the 2020 U.S. Olympic trials. Ashley Twichell finished second in 8:28.16 and Erica Sullivan took third in 8:29.02.
Lecomte abandons attempt to swim Pacific
Ben Lecomte has abandoned his attempt to swim across the Pacific Ocean after a storm broke the mainsail of his support ship.
Ledecky top female swimmer for 6th year in row
For the sixth straight year, Katie Ledecky was named the top female swimmer at the Golden Goggles, while Ryan Murphy took home three awards for himself.
Italy bans swimmer Magnini 4 years for doping
Italy's anti-doping agency banned two-time swimming world champion Filippo Magnini and his relay teammate Michele Santucci for four years for doping.
Lawsuit: USA Diving didn't act on sexual abuse
USA Diving failed to act on multiple reports that coaches and officials were subjecting female athletes to sexual abuse, according to a lawsuit.
Schooling wins second Asian Games gold with eye on 2020
After an inconsistent stretch in the pool since shocking Michael Phelps at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Singapore's Joseph Schooling found his stride at the Asian Games after winning his second gold medal in two days.