Allison Schmitt, a breakout star at the London Games with three gold medals and a silver, cruised to victory in the women's 200 free. Olympic teammate Jessica Hardy swept the 50- and 100-meter breaststroke events.
A former USA Swimming vice president who complained about the organization's handling of sexual abuse cases is back on the list of potential judges at major international events after winning his arbitration case.
Two longtime swimming officials claim they lost prestigious positions for speaking out against the way the sport's governing body handled sexual abuse cases, and they've gone to the U.S. Olympic Committee seeking to be reinstated.
Shayne Fleming has gone up against the best swimmers in the world and proved he belonged. Now the San Jose Valley Christian (San Jose, Calif.) senior has a pair of national records in his sights, writes Mike Grimala.
A scheduled Tuesday court appearance for Mary Anne Catalano, a former assistant to a controversial Canadian doctor who has treated a bevy of elite athletes, including Tiger Woods, has been extended until March 12 in U.S. District Court in Buffalo.
U.S. Customs officials got onto the trail of a Canadian doctor after an assistant was found in possession of growth hormone and other drugs purportedly intended for Dr. Anthony Galea while being questioned at a border crossing into Buffalo.
The games averaged 30 million prime-time viewers over its first eight nights -- "American Idol" numbers -- and NBC Universal said it has earned more than $10 million since the games began from new advertisers eager to climb on board.