• Make it a double: Ledecky begins worlds with a pair of golds
    The Associated Press4 hours ago

    Make it a double: Ledecky begins worlds with a pair of golds

    Katie Ledecky is off to a golden start at the world championships. The 20-year-old American star began an audacious week by winning a pair of gold medals Sunday on the opening night of swimming along the Danube River. The only blip of a disappointment: Ledecky didn't break the 400 free world record

  • Jesse Gonzalez goes with heart, switches from Mexico to US
    The Associated Press5 hours ago

    Jesse Gonzalez goes with heart, switches from Mexico to US

    Jesse Gonzalez started in the 2015 Under-20 World Cup for Mexico, his parents' homeland. Then last month, the 22-year-old FC Dallas goalkeeper switched his affiliation to join the United States, his home country. Gonzalez just felt more comfortable in the red, white and blue.

  • Jesse Gonzalez goes with heart, switches from Mexico to US
    The Associated Press5 hours ago

    Jesse Gonzalez goes with heart, switches from Mexico to US

    Jesse Gonzalez started in the 2015 Under-20 World Cup for Mexico, his parents' homeland. Then last month, the 22-year-old FC Dallas goalkeeper switched his affiliation to join the United States, his home country. Gonzalez just felt more comfortable in the red, white and blue.

  • Ledecky off to a blazing start on very busy week at worlds
    The Associated Press

    Ledecky off to a blazing start on very busy week at worlds

    Katie Ledecky started a very busy week at the world championships with a dominating performance in the preliminaries of the 400-meter freestyle Sunday. The 20-year-old American set a meet record with a time of 3 minutes, 59.06 seconds, nearly 3 seconds ahead of the next-fastest qualifier, teammate Leah