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Australia's swim team head home from the Tokyo Games with a haul of nine gold medals - their best ever performance at the Olympics, partly thanks to a switch to a new data analytics system aimed at improving athletes' performances.
If they awarded medals for celebrations at the Olympics, there would be no shortage of legitimate contenders in Tokyo.
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.
"You never take anything for granted," said Ledecky after expressing intent to compete in 2024. "You never know if you're going to be at the next Olympics."
Caeleb Dressel has won his third gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics with a world record in the 100-meter butterfly.
Katie Ledecky won the women's 800-meter freestyle on Saturday in Tokyo, her final event of the Olympic Games
Get primed for swimming on Day 8 of the Tokyo Olympics with the top storylines to follow from each event.
Siobhán Haughey of Hong Kong earned a silver medal in the 100-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics, giving the swimmer her second medal.
Siobhán Haughey has her eyes set on another medal in the 100-meter freestyle final.
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.
After a fifth-place finish in her first race of the night, Katie Ledecky didn't have much time to recalibrate. After adding a gold to her collection, Ledecky battled emotion to explain exactly how she did it.
Finally, a gold medal in Tokyo for Katie Ledecky.
Catch up on the action from the Tokyo Aquatics Center on Day 5 of swimming at the Olympics.
Ariarne Titmus won the women's 200m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Alaska, of all places, has an Olympic champion at the pool.
Catch up on the action from the Tokyo Aquatics Center on Day 4 of swimming at the Olympics.
It's official. The two fastest women in the pool, Katie Ledecky and Ariarne Titmus, will square off again in the 200 meter freestyle final.
Three of Team USA’s brightest swimming stars chase gold medals on the fourth day of competition from the Tokyo Aquatics Center
Australia’s Ariarne Titmus ran down Katie Ledecky in the 400-meter freestyle, handing Ledecky her first-ever Olympic silver in an individual event.
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.
Ariarne Titmus of Australia became the first woman to beat Katie Ledecky in an individual event at the Olympics.
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.
Follow along as we round up the action from Day 3 of the Tokyo Olympics swimming competition.
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.