As we explore the evolution of the 21st century face of the men’s 200 fly thus far, who do you think will become the 2020s face of the men’s 200 fly?
Catch up on the latest Beyond the Lane Lines news featuring Cameron van der Burgh, Imoto Naoko and a rare swimming coin worth thousands.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved his nation to an ‘alert level 3’ as of June 1st regarding the coronavirus lockdown.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has updated its athlete Q&A section to address issues regarding testing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Swimming South Africa (SSA) has revealed its revised 2020-21 competition plan in light of the coronavirus pandemic, which has rendered its swimmers dry.
Our 2019 Swammy award winner for African Coach of the Year, Rocco Meiring, has been facing training difficulties over the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement comes after FINA previously postponed the FINA World Aquatics Championships from 2021 to 2022 to avoid an Olympic conflict.
During COID-19 lockdown, South African swimmers have shared a collaborative video on Instagram, featuring their national teamers showing off some dance moves.
Olympic champion Chad Le Clos underwent two surgeries over the weekend and will be “out of action” for four to six weeks, he announced on Twitter Monday.
Jim Gerson says: “It’s a really exciting time to be re-joining team Speedo. Pentland has an outstanding track-record in brand building…”
van der Burgh broke the 50 WR for the third time when he edged a historically competitive field at the 2009 World Championships in a time of 26.67.
The two-time World Championship medalist had the Egyptian Government schedule a specific Egyptair flight to get her and other athletes in the U.S. home.
Copy and paste the code below into your web editor to embed this category's top swimming stories into your website.
Here's how the widget will display on your site:Africa Swimming News by SwimSwam