Adam Peaty Cycles 100K, Raffles Off Olympic Swim Suit For Nat’l Health Service

World record-holding breaststroker Adam Peaty is using his time under quarantine to raise money for Great Britain’s National Health Service (NHS).

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Peaty Takes On A Boxer, Comen Cup Cancelled

Olympic champion Adam Peaty of Great Britain is taking on a new challenge during these times of quarantine due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Roadmaps 2.0 – Mapping International Swim Stars: Men’s 200 Free

It’s time to explore some international stars! Read more on the men’s 200 free featuring Danas Rapsys, Sun Yang, Duncan Scott, James Guy, and more.


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Doping Panel Decision Reveals Schoeman Spent $16K to Investigate Positive Test

While he couldn’t provide evidence of a source of accidental ingestion, the Doping Panel found, among other things, that probability was in Schoeman’s favor.

Coronavirus Update: Brazil’s CBDA Cancels All Events Until July 5

Brazil’s CBDA has canceled its calendar across all aquatic sports until July 15 amid an escalation of reported COVID-19 cases in the nation.

Serdinov, Phelps, Crocker: 3 Heats, 3 Consecutive World Records in the 100 Fly

As Serdinov celebrated Phelps charged down the pool, his back-end speed propelling him ahead of the minutes-old record Serdinov set in the first semifinal.

Japan’s Yui Ohashi Discovers Something New About Her Swimming

Japan’s premier IM specialist Yui Ohashi discusses a delayed Olympics, possible retirement and the key to her swimming efficiency.

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2006 Russian Champion Ksenia Vereshchagina Dies at 32 from ‘Long Illness’

32-year old retired Russian swimmer Ksenia Sergeyevna Vereshchagina died on Monday, succumbing to an undisclosed lengthy illness. Vereschagina was a member…

Olympic Torch Display Cancelled Amid Escalating COVID-19 Threat

Plans to display the Tokyo Olympic Flame have now been suspended due to escalating concerns over the COVID-19 spread throughout Japan.

FINA Announces Latest Schedule Updates, Cancellations for 2020 Events

Among the cancellations are all but 1 remaining stop of the 2020 FINA Marathon Swimming World Series.

Swimming From Home Talk Show: Jack McLoughlin on COVID-19 Effects in Australia

Distance ace Jack McLoughlin gave SwimSwam the report from down under about how COVID-19 has affected life in Australia.

World Juniors Medalist Murilo Sartori Commits to Louisville for Fall of 2021

Brazilian Murilo Sartori, the 200 free bronze medalist at the 2019 FINA World Junior Championships, has verbally committed to Louisville for the fall of 2021.

Kiwi 16-Yr-Old Fairweather Seeks To Continue Boyle’s Freestyle Success

“I would love to continue on and achieve great things as she did,” teen Erika Fairweather says of retired Kiwi Lauren Boyle.

See 2330 New Swim Jobs You Might Love

If you don’t like the career you’re in, you might want to work in the swimming community and be a part of our swimming family! Go here to see 2730 Swim Jobs.

Lewis Clareburt Named New Zealand Swimmer of the Year

Lewis Clareburt (right) became the 5th New Zealand swimmer to win a medal at a FINA Championship meet when he took bronze in the 400 IM.

Beyond The Lane Lines: Femke Heemskerk Gets Married In A Jogging Suit

Catch up on some of the swimming stories you may have missed, including Femke Heemskerk getting married in a jogging suit.

Olympic Gold Medalist Cameron van der Burgh Back to 100% After COVID-19 Scare

Cameron van der Burgh was the first Olympic gold medalist to announce that he was diagnosed with COVID-19, but says he’s feeling back to normal.

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