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The new national framework, which has already been adopted by 16 local authorities, will eventually be rolled out across the whole of Scotland, benefiting around 100,000 children, nationwide.
British Swimming has announced Kevin Renshaw will be taking on the position of the organization’s new Pathway Implementation Manager.
Riding the wave of success thrown down by Great Britain in the pool at the 2016 Olympic Games, the first batch of tickets for the 2017 British Swimming Championships are now available.
English swimmer Nick Thomas has died while attempting a crossing of the English Channel without a wetsuit.
2012 Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson ponders his future swimming career.
Adam Barrett scores Britain’s first-ever sub-50-second 100m butterfly (short course).
Indiana will bring more than a pile of medals back from Brazil.
2016 Olympic silver medalist Dan Wallace of Scotland moves his training base from Millfield to the University of Stirling.
Duncan Scott of the University of Stirling was just one of the several Scottish swimmers who were in the medal mix at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. He now lands a spot on the Scottish National Performance Squad roster.
Tully Kearney, who won 4 World Championships in 2015, won’t be replaced on the British roster.
The British Olympic contingency reported an athlete was a victim of an armed robbery in Rio earlier this week.
The Rio Olympics provided plenty of fodder for our weekly Blueseventy Swim of the Week. So to take advantage, we’re technically counting down 7 swims of the week: ranking each of the world records set in Rio.
Rachael Solway felt that the coverage of the Rio Olympics swimming, particularly on Swim Swam, inspired her to write articles on the performances of many of her ex-teammates and other British athletes.
A couple of juniors took the Olympic stage by a storm, including Australia’s 100 free gold medalist Kyle Chalmers, and Canada’s 100 free gold medalist Penny Oleksiak, who won 4 medals in her first Olympic Games.