He shoots hoops with his father during free time. While in California, Sun

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With training camp just three weeks away, John Tortorella has kept the lines of communication open with his No. 1 goaltender and knows hes ready to report. In an interview with The Vancouver Sun on Wednesday, the Vancouver Canucks head coach said hes been in constant contact with Roberto Luongo and added that the veteran netminder just wants to focus on what has to be done on the ice. "I dont want to get into specifics, but I have talked to Roberto four times," he told the paper. "In fact, I just talked to him yesterday. Ill tell you, from talking with him he has told me he is working very hard as far as conditioning and getting ready for this season. "He knows there is a lot of talk and probably a lot of questions coming his way with how it all unfolded here. I think hes prepared for that and the bottom line is he told me I just want to play." The Canucks raised plenty of eyebrows at the NHL Draft when general manager Mike Gillis dealt away presumed No. 1 goaltender Cory Schneider instead of Luongo. The deal - done with the New Jersey Devils - netted the Canucks the ninth overall pick (Bo Horvat) and handed the net firmly back over to Luongo for the foreseeable future. Since the trade was made, Luongo has kept quiet regarding his relationship with the Canucks. He did however, hire Pat Brisson of CAA Sports, who told TSN last month that Luongo would report to training camp. "I think that is the most important thing, if there is some conflict or you are unhappy about certain things, the bottom line is and he understands it, is that he is playing for his teammates," added Tortorella. "Those are the most important people. "I have done a lot of talking to people who have coached him and know him and there is just tremendous support for what kind of pro he is. You dont have to be happy about a lot of different things. 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Far away from the intense media attention in Beijing, the Olympians trained twice a day, putting the finishing touches to their preparations for the worlds biggest international sporting event.Leading the Chinese squad was Sun Yang, the countrys No.1 swimmer and two-time gold medalist at the 2012 London Games. By 10 a.m. each day, he would arrive at the center to begin warm-ups and individual drills. The entire pool was busy with the metronome rhythm of strokes, splashes and training.He looks pretty good, a member of the coaching staff told Zhang Yadong, Suns personal instructor.Hes been in a good mood lately. Zhang said with a smile.Looking back at the preparations in the past month or two, everything is pretty good, Sun told ESPN.com in an exclusive interview.But for Sun, as well as people around him, this kind of optimism has been hard to come by since the 24-year-old suffered a foot injury during a January training session in Australia.Suns mother, Yang Ming, said her heart thumped after learning of her sons injury. Sun also told Chinese state media news agency Xinhua that the injury was so painful he almost cried.In the following months, Suns injury shadowed him, as well as entire Chinese team. The road to recovery was long and tedious. He began to walk on crutches in February. By March, he was able to swim, relying on strength from only one leg. Little by little, Sun was overcoming fear while racing against the clock.Some lost some progress in training because of the injury, Sun said. I was doing my best to overcome the obstacles and come back tenaciously.Prior to coming to Connecticut, Sun was training by himself in California, surviving a dull and arduous period filled with countless drills and treatments, as well as a two-hour daily commute to and from the facility.Sun tried to keep everything to himself. Speaking to ESPN.com, Suns mother pulled up a photo on her cell phone, showing Suns body and arms covered with medical patches after a treatment.He wont let me take pictures or share them on WeChat [a Chinese mobile social media platform], Yang said. I took this one secretly.With the help from his family and the swim team, Suns recovery was speedy. Last June, he won the 200-meter freestyle competition at the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara with a 1:44.dddddddddddd82 result, the best record in the world so far this year.In Rio, Sun will compete in 200-, 400- and 1,500-meter freestyle events. To defend the 400 and 1,500 gold medals he won four years ago in London, Sun will have to face several challengers. One is Italys Gregorio Paltrinieri, who won the 1,500 freestyle gold at last years World Swimming Championships after Sun withdrew from the final due to injury.In the 400 freestyle, Sun will face South Koreas Park Tae-hwan, a tough foe in the pool but a friend outside of it, who lost the gold to Sun in London. In the 200 freestyle, Sun will meet Japans rising star Kosuke Hagino, Great Britains World Swimming Championships gold medalist James Guy, and 27-year-old American Conor Dwyer.I am happy with my confidence level. Sun said. I havent swam a lot this year, but I feel like I am in pretty good shape after competing in two events. Everything, including my final sprints, has increased a lot compared to two years ago. The recovery has also been pretty good.As Chinas best swimmer, Sun carries the heaviest weight, trying to help his country get ahead on the medal counts list. To ensure Suns training quality in Norwalk, the Chinese team provided him with the best practice time slots, a team doctor and a therapist, as well as his own car.As a defending Olympic champion to compete this year, he said, I think I will have an edge over my rivals in terms of confidence and experience.Outside the pool, the 6-foot-6 Sun is a big basketball fan. He shoots hoops with his father during free time. 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