Swim coach Mel Marshall helped spearhead the program’s inception and will act as an inspirational figure for the 2022 cohort.
Catch up on the biggest Olympic and Paralympic storylines outside of the swimming world. Countries are warning their athletes against phone use in Beijing
Two notable swimmers from Great Britain have recently changed up their training bases as they embark on the two-plus-year journey to Paris 2024.
British Paralympic swimmer Will Perry has gained attention after posting on Instagram last week about an interaction that for him is all too common
British Olympic champion and World Record holder Adam Peaty is on the move, currently making his way to Florida to take on an intense block of training.
The former National Coach for British Diving, Chen helped pioneer new methods and mentored diving coaches across the country.
January 1 saw 20 people connected to swimming & diving in the UK receive orders of chivalry as Members or Officers of the Order of the British Empire.
Plymouth Leander swimmer Reece Dunn capped off his tumultuous year by being awarded Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) on New Year’s.
Olympic silver medalist Tomoru Honda may be kicking off his new year with the Kosuke Kitajima Cup, one of several elite competitions on the January agenda.
With another Olympic gold under his belt from Tokyo, 27-year-old Adam Peaty is now looking ahead to what they term ‘Project Immortal.’
Miley and Poppy won Scotland’s Best Dog on the popular BBC Scotland show. Miley finished fourth in the 400 IM at the 2016 Olympics.
Dave McNulty coached 5 swimmers from Team Great Britain to Olympic medals, including Tom Dean’s win in the 200m freestyle.
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