British swimmer Freya Anderson is in the running for Young Sportswoman honors as part of Britain’s The Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards.
Swedish superstar Sarah Sjostrom further distanced herself from the overall FINA World Cup series field with 3 big wins in Doha on night 1.
England’s initial 2018 Commonwealth Games roster is comprised of both stalwart talent, but also rising new stars.
Hannah Miley has been named to the 21-strong Scottish roster set to compete at next year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Tom Shields took the men’s 200m fly win in Hong Kong, but Le Clos will be looking to take back the gold this week in Doha.
With the Dubai stop taken off this year’s World Cup schedule, Katinka Hosszu made the most of being able to race in 6 individual events in Hong Kong.
Lewis Burras of Jumeirah College and Hamilton Aquatics in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) has verbally committed to swim at the University of Virginia next fall.
Swim Ireland’s future has taken on a brighter shine as of late, with 3 of the nation’s elite swimmers making history over the summer.
Headed into the 2nd cluster kicking off in Hong Kong this weekend, FINA has tweaked the criteria for individual medalists having direct access to the final.
Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty hasn’t forgotten where he came from, as the British athlete recently generously helped a neighbor in need.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2018, with a couple notable performers left off the list.
Two-time silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games, Duncan Scott, has been honored with Team Scotland’s ‘Male Athlete of the Year Award’.
Olympic finalist Dan Wallace is ready to make a fresh start at the University of Edinburgh.
Scottish swimming has revealed its roster for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, set for Gold Coast, Australia from August 4th-15th.
British Olympian Jazz Carlin tried an open water swim on for size, winning the 1-mile elite women’s race in the Serpentine.