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Aquatics

Le Clos, Van der Burgh shine in Paris
Cameron van der Burgh and Chad le Clos each won three gold medals at the Paris leg of the World Cup series as Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu took the lead on the standings. Read full article
Morozov breaks short-course medley WR
Russian Vladimir Morozov broke the world record for the 100m individual medley with a time of 50.60 seconds at the Swimming World Cup event in Chartres on Friday. Read full article
Lochte charged over false robbery claim
US swimming star Ryan Lochte has been charged with making a false statement about being robbed at gunpoint during the Olympics, Brazilian police said on Thursday. Read full article
Proud might have been Malaysia's pride
Born in London and raised in Malaysia, Ben Proud could have swum for either country at the Olympics but ultimately it was no contest: At the Rio Games it is Proud (Britain). Read full article
Efimova third Russian to appeal Rio ban
A third Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova on Sunday made an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against her exclusion from the Rio Olympics, the Fina world body said. Read full article
Russian swimmers appeal Rio ban
Vladimir Morozov and Nikita Lobintsev on Saturday lodged appeals against their doping ban from the Rio Olympics, the Court of Arbitration for Sport said. Read full article
Open water next big thing for SA's Ho
Open water world champion Chad Ho is part of a 25-man field for the 10-kilometre race on August 16 at Fort Copacabana which will bring the swimming programme at the Rio Games to a close. Read full article
No thanks to London memories - Cate
Australian swimming has moved on from the debacle in the London pool four years ago and it's 'disrespectful' to keep reminding the Olympic team about it in the leadup to Rio de Janeiro. Read full article
Sun looking to light up the pools of Rio
China's Sun Yang has suffered a number of setbacks in the build up to the Rio Olympics but the freestyle specialist said his controversial past has made him more determined to defend his Olympic titles Read full article
Efimova to appeal Rio ban to CAS
Russian Yulia Efimova, who has been banned from competing at next month's Rio Olympics by swimming's governing body Fina, will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Read full article
Ghana's Olympic swimmers to compete in Rio
Ghana's global reputation in sport is largely based on football but Abeku Jackson and Kaya Forson wants to change that when they become the African nation's first Olympic swimmers. Read full article
Rio is Phelps's chance to bow out on own terms
Michael Phelps is giving himself one last chance to get his Olympic farewell right Read full article
Peaty ready to end Britain's long wait
Adam Peaty is the talk of British swimming as he heads for his first Olympic Games in Rio but at home the discussion is different. Read full article
Cancer scare weighs on Le Clos
Chad le Clos's much-anticipated re-match with superstar Michael Phelps in Rio de Janeiro's Olympic pool is clouded by a family health scare that hangs heavily over the 24-year-old South African. Read full article
Ledecky ready to go the distance in Rio
When Michael Phelps says he sees a bit of his young self in Katie Ledecky, you know you are dealing with a very special swimmer. Read full article
Phelps hopes Rio swansong hits the right notes
Having ended his career once in London on what he considered a sour note, Michael Phelps enters the Rio de Janeiro Olympics pool for his second swansong determined to bow out on his own terms. Read full article
Tarasevich escapes meldonium ban
Grigory Tarasevich tested positive for meldonium but won't face a suspension under current guidelines on the recently banned oxygen booster, the US Anti-Doping Agency said on Friday. Read full article
Review: Unbelievable - The Chad le Clos story
On Sunday, Unbelievable - The Chad Clos story, a movie based on the swimmer's journey to Olympic gold and beyond will premier on SuperSport. This is Michael Todt's review. Read full article
Mellouli aims for one last medal in Rio
Tunisia's most decorated sportsman Oussama Mellouli will go the Olympics for the fifth time in Rio de Janeiro at the end of a roller coaster swimming career of gold medals and a drug ban. Read full article
Park hopes to make a splash at Rio
Former Olympic swimming champion Park Tae-hwan is confident of winning a medal at next month's Rio Games despite the lack of preparation time following his qualification drama. Read full article
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