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Swimming-Sun set to shine in Gwangju despite CAS cloud

The Sword of Damocles might be dangling over the career of Sun Yang but the triple Olympic champion's bid for a fourth successive 400 metres freestyle crown will still be one of the highlights of the swimming world championships in Gwangju.

Swimming-'Terminator' Titmus gunning for Ledecky at worlds

Ariarne Titmus earned the nickname "Terminator" after blitzing her rivals as a schoolgirl sensation and now the Australian teenager has her sights locked on American powerhouse Katie Ledecky at the world championships in Gwangju.

Swimming-Much has changed for Hosszu -- but not her speed

Triple Olympic gold medallist Katinka Hosszu has been grabbing plenty of attention outside the pool since her triumphs in Rio but the Hungarian looks to be hitting top form in time for this month's world championships in Gwangju, South Korea.

Swimming-Ledecky arrives at worlds with big, scary goals

With five Olympic golds and a record 14 world titles to her name, Katie Ledecky is well on her way to becoming the greatest female swimmer of all time so when the American says she has set "big, scary goals" for 2020 it spells bad news for her rivals.