Attorneys for the parents of elite open-water swimmer Fran Crippen, who drowned two years ago during a race in the United Arab Emirates, are weighing legal action against the sport's international and national governing bodies.
Natalie Coughlin could emerge from the London Games as the most decorated American woman in Olympic history, and more people should take notice.
ust as she did in the old days, Janet Evans pulled away from the field, won a race and achieved a goal.
One year after Fran Crippen's death, his family and friends, and those within the sport of open-water swimming, are still striving for change.
For the first time in a long while, American swimmer Jessica Hardy is looking forward to an Olympics "that will be" instead of looking back at the one "that wasn't."
For two decades, the U.S. diving team watched China take over the sport it once dominated. But heading into the worlds, the Americans hope to take one big step toward bridging the gap.
What is driving Michael Phelps to compete in another Olympic Games? The 14-time Olympic goal medalist spoke to ESPN.com's Bonnie D. Ford about the road ahead.
While FINA has moved to better protect open-water swimmers with more stringent rules, the organization is still far from explaining itself when it comes to Fran Crippen's death.