Back to her Iron Lady ways, Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszu put on a show across several events this morning in Beijing.
Reminisce on the early days of several of the world’s most notable swimmers by taking in photos from then versus now as a reminder of the truly glorious era of swimming in which we’re lucky to be.
Lia Neal and Madison Kennedy are 2 of the Americans slated to race in Bolzano this weekend.
The inaugural Duel in the Pool between Loughborough University and University of Toronto is slated for this Saturday, November 3rd. The idea came from witnessing the thrill of the NCAA duel meet.
Andrew Baildon, double Olympian and Commonwealth Games gold medalist, has been appointed member of the Swimming Australia Board for the next 3 years.
Daiya Seto will try to defend his 400m IM world title earned in Windsor at the last edition of the FINA Short Course World Championships.
Japanese backstroking ace Junya Koga has received a 4-year suspension for a positive doping test from May of this year.
British Swimming has released meet information for the 2019 British Swimming Championships, the premier selection meet for the federation next year.
Want to see Rikako Ikee race alongside Kosuke Kitajima?
Emily Seebohm surpassed yet another historic mark in her storied career, collecting her 31st Short Course Australian National title.
The Japanese Swimming Federation has released high-level parameters surrounding qualification for the 2019 FINA Long Course World Championships, as well as a hint into the process to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Although a few notable names will be absent, key talent such as Michael Andrew will keep the competition fierce at the FINA World Cup stop in Beijing this weekend.
Hear from Ben Proud, Adam Peaty and Duncan Scott, the three nominees for British Swimming’s Athlete of the Year award.
Now that the ISF-Aachen has concluded, the meet which represented the final qualifying opportunity for Dutch swimmers to gain a…
Kyle Stolk took the men’s 100m free race in Aachen yesterday, but fell shy of the KNZB-dictated qualification time for Hangzhou.