Tag: olympics

Natalie Coughlin Makes You Want To Swim

Talk about a legend of the sport. Natalie Coughlin has been at the elite level for over a decade, but she’s not looking to hang up the goggles anytime soon. She’s getting stronger, fitter and faster. You’re about to find out why. Does this make you want train?

Olympics Day Five Wrap Up

Highlights: Hungarian breaststroker Daniel Gyurta breaks the world record in the 200m breaststroke, just touching out the Brit Michael Jamieson. Chinese Liuyang Jiao overtakes Spaniard Mireia Belmonte Garcia in the last 50m of the 200m butterfly to win by over a second. The Chinese are showing amazing back end speed at these Olympics. It wasn’t […]

Day Three Olympics Wrap Up

Highlights from day three: French sprinter Yannick Agnel steps up to win the 200m freestyle over Sun Yang and Taehwan Park who tied for silver. Agnel is in good form for the 100m freestyle. US swimmers Missy Franklin comes home strong to touch out Aussie Emily Seebom in the 100m backstroke who was odds on […]

Olympics Day Two Wrap Up

Two world records in one night and we’re just getting started. Highlights included: Dana Vollmer from the US beating the rest of the field by almost 1 second in the 100m butterfly and breaking the world record in 55.98. The pec-dancing South African Cameron van der Burgh breaking the world record in the mens 100m […]