Hear from Adam Peaty and James Guy who, along with Ben Proud, have been nominated for Britain’s Swimming Athlete of the Year.
Swim England has announced the first four coaches who will head out to the Gold Coast in April for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Get your weekly news fix on happenings outside the pool, with this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines. A wedding engagement, first pitch, a memorial meet and more stories make-up the latest edition.
British sprinter Anna Hopkin, who won the 50m free at this year’s British Swimming Championships, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Arkansas in the fall.
In a follow-up to the ongoing situation regarding former British Para Swimming Head Coach Rob Greenwood, the 2016 UK Coaching Coach of the Year has broken his silence on the independent investigatoin’s findings.
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In what could be the premiere international collegiate dual meet of the year, Great Britain’s Loughborough University will compete in a virtual dual meet with Canada’s University of Toronto, with plans for an in-person dual next year.
Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty was back in the Manchester pool tonight, winning the 50m breaststroke in his signature power-producing style.
In Adam Peaty’s first meet of the season, the world record holder and Olympic champion swam an actually of-this-Earth time.
Swim England’s Travel and Security Policy reflects the times by including a special section on terrorism preparation.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss collected his OBE on Tuesday.
Canada’s Edmonton Keyano Swim Club had recently hired former Head Coach of British Para Swimming, Rob Greenwood, but has since withdrawn its offer citing ‘shock’ and ‘disappointment’ over the allegations of its would-be new coach.
British Swimming has released its 10-swimmer strong roster for the 2017 European Short Course Championships set for December 13-17th in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Catch up on smaller stories from around the web in this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Grant Hackett, Brooke Hanson and Sun Yang.
It’s almost Peaty Time, as the 2016 Olympic champion and world record holder sets his sights on the Manchester International Swim Meet this weekend.