Cannonball or using the ladder? Find out how Olympic champion Sarah Sjostrom enters the water for practice.
In an effort to combat rising costs associated with the Paris 2024 Olympic Games preparations, organizers are reportedly now considering the option of…
‘As an African I’m extremely proud to be a member of the Evaluation Commission so we can show the world what Africa has to offer.’ – Kirsty Coventry
While attending day 5 of the Georgina Hope Foundation Australia Age Swimming Championships, former Australian Head Coach Brian Sutton was arrested by local police for refusing to leave the Sydney Olympic Park (SOPAC) venue.
The dominating performances by Australia at the 2018 Commonwealth Games may lend insight into how effective the nation’s new Trials timing schedule is, but the positive results could also be attributed to a home Games.
Multi-Olympic medalist Park Tae Hwan of Korea will be competing in his homeland this week, aiming to make his 4th Asian Games squad.
Olympic champion Mireia Belmonte will be bringing a stacked schedule to Glasgow, expected to compete in the 400m/800m/1500m freestyle events, in addition to the 200m fly, 200m IM and 400m IM.
Multi-medalist Federica Pellegrini tries acting on for size, starring in Italy’s Saturday Night Live.
Major talent will be showing up for the 2018 Aussie Age Championships, which kick-off on Saturday with Ariarne Titmus in the water.
Haley Anderson captured the Crippen Cup 10k crown over the weekend.
The commanding presence of Sarah Sjostrom is among the 19 Swedes headed to Glasgow for August’s European Championships.
Fu Yuanhui’s 50m backstroke victory at this week’s Chinese Championships was despite a nagging shoulder injury.
The Tokyo 2020 torch relay’s theme will be ‘Hope Lights Our Way,’ with a tribute to those Japanese areas most affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Speedsters Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Jesse Puts, along with breaststroker Arno Kamminga headline the just-announced Dutch roster for the European Championships.
Olympic champion Pernille Blume is one of seventeen Danish athletes having qualified for the 2018 European Championships.