AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State University has announced that its student crew club must stay off the water at least for now after an inquiry faulted the university and the club's leaders in the drowning deaths of two members.
PARIS (AP) — Monaco’s Princess Charlene is in “reassuring” condition after being suddenly hospitalized with complications from a serious sinus infection, the principality’s palace said Friday.
GENEVA (AP) — Two senior Olympic officials from Kuwait, one reputed to be the “kingmaker” of IOC elections and another who is president of swimming’s international governing body, have been targeted by the U.S. Department of Justice for suspected racketeering and bribery related to FIFA and international soccer politics, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.
TOKYO (AP) — There are 4,403 Paralympic athletes competing in Tokyo, each with unique differences that have to be classified. Lines have to be drawn — in the quest for fairness — to group similar impairments, or impairments that yield similar results.
TOKYO (AP) — Australian cyclist Paige Greco earned the first gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympics, winning the 3,000-meter pursuit on Wednesday on the track at the velodrome.
A new petition to keep the Calistoga Community Pool open year-round has garnered more than 200 signatures.
Swimming in cold water is generally safe, but some people should be cautious.
Too many channels.
Sure, "Higher, Faster, Stronger'' works as an Olympic creed. But it has nothing on this : "Do it for your dog.''
Maybe gymnast Simone Biles' decision to opt out of the Olympic team and all-around events isn't so stunning after all. Here's an AP analysis, plus more from Tokyo.
Lydia Jacoby didn’t know what to do.
A wave of rainbow-colored pride is sweeping through Olympic pools, skateparks, halls and fields with a record number of openly gay competitors in Tokyo.
For more than a decade, Katie Ledecky has dominated the pool like no other woman.
Swimmers Chase Kalisz and Jay Litherland went 1-2 in the men's 400-meter individual medley for the first American medals of the Tokyo Games.
Reminders that these Summer Games aren't normal come in the form of the plastic dividers that separate each athlete at tables in the Olympic village dining hall.
US swimmer Michael Andrew has revealed that he has not received the COVID-19 vaccination ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says it's OK to enroll unvaccinated children in swim lessons as long as some extra precautions are taken.
Napa County Sheriff's Office recovered the body of a drowned swimmer at Lake Berryessa on Saturday morning.