World champion Emily Seebohm fell just .04 shy of beating youngster Kaylee McKeown in the 200m backstroke tonight in Melbourne.
Joseph Schooling has decided to focus on the NCAA Championships and opt out of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Taking another step along her journey to recapture her 17-year-old self’s love of swimming, Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin is making the move to Georgia.
With their relationship facing a difficult time, Katinka Hosszu and Shane Tusup attended an awards ceremony separately this week, although Tusup acknowledged his behavior in his speech.
Tokyo 2020’s onsite security guards may possibly be performing their duties dressed as ninja warriors.
Even with the greatest Olympic swimmer of all time, Michael Phelps, enjoying his life in retirement, we’re still treated to celebrity-type appearances by the GOAT throughout the media.
Singaporean swimmer Lionel Khoo is set to join the NCAA ranks in the near future.
This weekend’s Victorian Open Championships will give Aussie stars one more big racing practice in before next month’s Commonwealth Games Trials.
For the 3rd time, Olympic swimming icon Michael Phelps is set to play at the Phoenix Open golf tournament kicking off in Scottsdale, Arizona at the end of the month.
Contrary to popular belief, U.S. Marine Corps recruits need only basic swim skills to pass the qualification for entry-level training, leaving many would-be Marines lacking more robust aquatic survival skills.
Two-time British national champion Charlotte Atkinson heads up Isle of Man’s 5-person strong aquatic roster for the Gold Coast.
Paralympic swimmer Stephanie Dixon was among the 125 appointments announced to the Order of Canada this week,
Next year’s Commonwealth Games set for the Gold Coast, Australia marks the biggest international competition for British swimmers, but several home meets will also fill the big players’ calendars during 2018.
Tokyo 2020 sources reveal that highly precise facial recognition software will most likely be utilized to identified athletes, journalists and officials entering Games venues
3-time World Junior Champion, 17-year-old Japanese phenom Rikako Ikee earned her spot as top female junior swimmer in the world for 2017.