Read what Shayna Jack’s coach Dean Boxall and her Aussie teammate Mack Horton have to say about her positive doping test.
The British Swimming Championships conclude today in Glasgow, but Alexander Bowen already hit the best 50 free time of his career.
Yuliya Efimova earned 3 individual medals for Russia, the nation who just pulled down its largest World Championships medal haul to date.
Shayna Jack has seen both her A and B samples test positive for a banned substance. Read more about her situation and the timing involved.
Former Australian Sport Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) head Richard Ings puts the spotlight on how Swimming Australia is handling Shayna Jack’s situation.
Japan’s 25-year-old Daiya Seto just became his nation’s first-ever 200m/400m IM double World Champion tonight in Gwangju.
Lewis Clareburt snags the 400m IM bronze in a new Kiwi National Record, with the teen now having dropped 6 seconds in this event in just a year.
The men’s 1500m free will only consist of Europeans tomorrow night in Gwangju, Korea, including the 2017 gold medalist Gregorio Paltrinieri of Italy.
Amidst swimmers being more vocal about anti-doping at this World Championships than any other, Australian Shayna Jack tests positive from late June.
New Zealand is still seeking its first World Championships medalist here in Gwangju, but has perhaps its best shot coming in Lewis Clareburt on the final day.
Daiya Seto already took the men’s 200m IM here in Gwangju and will be gunning for gold in the 400m IM as well, making history along the way.
Ariarne Titmus became the 7th fastest performer all-time in the women’s 800m free en route to bronze at the 2019 World Championships.
The 2019 European Youth Olympic Festival wrapped up in Baku, Azerbaijan tonight, with the nation of Russia winding up on top of the swimming medal table.
Lewis Clareburt hit a PB in the 200m free leading off the New Zealand men’s record-breaking 4x200m free relay in Gwangju heats.
Great Britain fell just .06 shy of a World Championships medal in the men’s 4×200, but Luke Greenbank re-introduced himself with a bronze.