France’s Florent Manaudou won two individual gold medals in Kazan and added another as part of the men’s 4×100 free relay.
We’ve had a field day poring through post-World Championships data, as they tell an interesting story about trends in national…
Team Great Britain has shown impressive depth during the first four days of swimming competition at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Three-time British Olympian and multi-time international medallist Caitlin McClatchey announced her retirement from competitive swimming Wednesday.
Steph Slater and Jack Thomas have been forced to pull out of the IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow next month.
“The reality is that you just ‘borrow’ a record…
2012 Olympian Craig Benson was on the short-end of a crowded British breaststroke field, but has received a consolation of a trip to the World University Games.
Paralympic Champion Jonathan Fox has been forced to pull out of the British Team that will compete at the IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow due to an ongoing shoulder injury.
Shauna Lee, a top-flight freestyler from Great Britain, has committed to swim for the Georgia Bulldogs. Lee is currently training…
British Swimming is holding a contest in which fans can win tickets to the 2016 LEN European Aquatics Championships.
315 aquatic athletes from across the country have benefited from a total of £162,350 worth of funding thanks to the GLL Sport Foundation (GSF), in partnership with SportsAid and British Swimming.
A young squad of swimmers will compete at the Japan Open in Tokyo as British Swimming continues a development project in the Far East aimed at enhancing medal prospects at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
British Swimming will be taking a group of seven young athletes to compete at the Japan Open from May 22nd to the 24th in Tokyo…
Great Britain’s World Championships team will compete in the Mare Nostrum series this June after holding a training camp in France, according to the British Swimming website.
The 2015 women’s 1650 yard freestyle NCAA Champion Leah Smith (above) will sit out of its closest equivalent, the 1500 meter free, on Thursday at the Pro Swim Series – Charlotte meet.