Just two days after accepting the inaugural British National Lottery’s ‘Athlete of the Year’ award, 21-year-old Duncan Scott revealed he is recovering from two ruptured ankle ligaments.
Swimmers who are also contact lens wearers may want to take a look at a recent study conducted by Dr. John Dart, from University College London’s Institute of Ophthalmology.
Swimming Canada’s new rules regarding minimum dive depth standards came into effect and now the national review of municipal aquatic facilities begins.
Michael Phelps has been named as one of the Celebrity Match participants for the 42nd Ryder Cup set to take place on Tuesday, September 25th.
Check out the 54 athletes named to British Swimmings Performance Program roster for the 2018/19 season.
2017 World Championships silver medalist Bruno Fratus of Brazil underwent shoulder surgery this weekend.
15-year-old Matt Richards already made a name for himself this year by clinching several British National Age Records at the 2018…
China and Belarus are partnering up to build a new pool as part of an intergovernmental agreement.
Duncan Scott, Scotland’s star of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, has been named British National Lottery’s Athlete of the Year.
“I believe our mandate is to protect ALL clean athletes and I do believe there are clean Russian Athletes,” said IOC Athletes’ Commission Chairperson Kirsty Coventry.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, has vocalized his dissatisfaction with yesterday’s news concerning the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) reinstating the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA).
Facing a possible 4-year ban for having tested positive for a banned substance, Japanese medalist Junya Koga is set to file an appeal with the Court Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Baby news, generational Olympians and a 10-year-old swimming book author highlight the latest edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
Kelsi Dahlia is among the Americans set to compete at the next FINA World Cup stop in Eindhoven, starting on September 28th.