“Collaboration, Commitment, Communication, Consistency,” is the motto Rohan Taylor uses to describe his coaching philosophy.
A tense situation involving World Record holder Anton Chupkov reportedly bubbled over at the Russian National Team reopening training camp.
Canadian Olympian Katerine Savard is making a name for herself outside the pool as she made her on-screen acting debut in the film, ‘Nadia, Butterfly.’
Catch up on the latest Beyond the Lane Lines news featuring Cameron van der Burgh, Imoto Naoko and a rare swimming coin worth thousands.
“Potential identified Olympians & Paralympians from Monday [can train] in the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin, on the Sport Ireland campus,” says Jon Rudd.
As Tokyo 2020 organizers now head back into the office, they’re reportedly considering a scaling back of the next edition of the Summer Olympic Games.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved his nation to an ‘alert level 3’ as of June 1st regarding the coronavirus lockdown.
Swimming Australia has confirmed Verhaeren will keep to his plan of leaving this year and hand over the reins to a stalwart of Aussie swimming, Rohan Taylor.
Read up on the latest pool reopening updates taking place in England, Wales and Scotland, where lockdown restrictions continue to keep things closed.
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has a date for her CAS hearing; however, the CAS says that at the request of the parties, that date will be kept a secret.
Several elite Singaporean swimmers are now able to return to training, per relaxation of restrictions by national sport agency Sport Singapore (SportSG).
Daiya Seto dove into the National Training Center pool today, June 1st, marking his post-lockdown journey to the Tokyo Olympic Games.
As of June 1st, English athletes may engage in open water swimming in small groups. More details coming shortly from the organization.
To help address citizens’ concerns, Scottish Swimming CEO Euan Lowe recently spoke with the media at length about topics related to a return to the pool.
Despite there no longer being a state of emergency within the nation of Japan, swimmers like Daiya Seto are still shut out of the National Training Center.