Irish Olympian Sycerika McMahon, who competed for Texas A&M collegiately, has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
Coaches Mike Taylor and Andrew Wallace will join the British National Centres in Bath and Loughborough.
The London Aquatics Centre Performance Programme (LACPP) is a high performance program in London, England. It aims to maximize opportunities…
2016 Olympian Craig Benson is on the list of qualifiers to potentially compete at this year’s British Summer Championships.
Britain will be sending 16 athletes to Taipei to compete at the 2017 World University Games. Among them is Scottish swimmer and 2016 Olympian Camilla Hattersley.
The World Cup superstar and triple Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu has no qualms making her opinions of the new FINA changes known.
Want to get a glimpse into Adam Peaty’s lift sessions?
Current England Programmes Team Leader Grant Robins has been appointed Team Leader for the 2018 Commonwealth Campaign and will be joined by 3 additional team members.
“This coming weekend, Swim England North East request both spectators and athletes to bear with us during a higher level of security which is required at Sunderland Aquatic Centre.”
British swimmer Michael Gunning attended the Monday night concert at Manchester Arena and describes the moment of the explosion and his escape from the arena.
A naked swimmer readies for TV while the possible ‘strongman swimming’ era kicks off.
British swimming has named Jack Buckner as their new chief executive. He was the 1987 World Championship bronze medalist, and…
James Guy’s improvements in butterfly make the USA-GBR matchup in the men’s medley relay very intriguing.
James Guy (above) was pleasantly surprised by his results, while Adam Peaty was less-thrilled with his result.
Competing at the Japan Open today, Brit James Guy matched his 200m butterfly personal best, but this time he was untapered and unrested.