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China angry over Ye questioning

Chinese media reacted angrily to doping accusations swirling around new swimming sensation Ye Shiwen, insisting she is being judged by an ''old mentality'' and by those who are ''petty about the progress China makes.''
Via Fox Olympics
August 01, 2012  |  Discuss

China's Ye wins another gold in 200 IM

Chinese teenager Ye Shiwen set an Olympic record to win the 200-meter individual medley at the London Games on Tuesday, adding to her gold in the 400 IM. The 16-year-old Ye took the lead in the final lap and clocked 2 minutes, 7.57 seconds, shaving 0.18 off her own mark set in Monday's semifinal. Alicia Coutts of Australia touched in 2:08.15 to take the silver medal and Caitlin...
Via AP on Fox
July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Ye 'unbelievable,' but in a good way

What Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen has accomplished so far at this Olympics -- not simply winning the 400-meter individual medley gold but shaving five seconds off her personal best and splitting her final 50 freestyle faster than Ryan Lochte -- winner of the men's race -- really is "unbelievable." Of course, the veteran US swimming coach who said this meant unbelievable in the "she...
Via FOX Sports
July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Doubts surface on China's Ye Shiwen

The headline in Tuesday's Daily Mail, Great Britain's second-largest newspaper, proclaimed in huge type that what everyone around the world of swimming has been whispering about was now in the open: "US ATTACKS CHINA OVER DRUGS ROW SUPERGIRL SWIMMER." John Leonard, the American head of the World Swimming Coaches Association but, as USA Swimming quickly pointed out, not a member...
Via FOX Sports
July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

London Now: Latest on Michael Phelps, Missy Franklin, Ye Shiwen

London Now: Latest on Michael Phelps, Missy Franklin, Ye Shiwen
Via Fox Olympics
July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

IOC: China's Shiwen passed drug test

The International Olympic Committee has sprung to the defense of China's teenage swim sensation Ye Shiwen, saying she passed a drug test after her world record win in the 400 medley. IOC spokesman Mark Adams urged people to ''get real'' and said it is ''very sad'' if great performances cannot be applauded. The 16-year-old shattered the world record in getting her gold Saturday...
Via AP on Fox
July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

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