British Swimming just published the major key points expected to be included in its revised Olympic Games selection Policy.
The Australian Olympic Trials set for June are still a ‘go’ at this point, which means the training camps in February were not for naught.
UK Anti-Doping revealed some changes to its testing protocol as a result of sporting events being cancelled domestically and abroad.
Today British Swimming has revealed revisions pertaining to the qualification windows for its elite summer meets, including the British Summer Championships.
As a testament to how quickly things are changing due to the evolving COVID-19 situation worldwide, another Olympic Trials competition has been moved.
The men’s 100m free is one of the most highly-anticipated events for the 2020 Olympic Games, but key players Kyle Chalmers & Caeleb Dressel may meet again.
British Swimming has announced the cancellation of several key meets, including the 2020 British Swimming Championships (Olympic Trials).
Insert some good swimming news into your day with the fact that Japan’s Rikako Ikee is back in the water, just over a year post-leukemia diagnosis.
The Japan Swim (Olympic Trials) will proceed with new dates of April 2nd – April 7th, but an additional major schedule change ensues.
The Russian Swimming Championships, which represents the primary qualification meet for the nation’s athletes for the Olympics will proceed but with a change.
One of the few remaining Olympic Trials meets still on the books has now been postponed, but Hungary has a unique plan for qualification.
Just as meets and Trials are being cancelled around the world, some swimmers are facing barriers to simply get in the pool to train.
The British Swimming contingency put on a show in Edinburgh over the weekend, with Duncan Scott, Freya Anderson, Jacob Peters & more closing it out in style.
Emma McKeon wrapped up her stellar New South Wales State Open Championships with a big-time outing in the women’s 200m freestyle.
Kyle Chalmers is a man of many talents, proving his mettle in the 200m fly earlier at these NSW Championships before putting on a show in the 100m sprint.