Loughborough University swimmers and elite athletes James Wilby, Abbie Wood, and Marie Wattel are joining the #trainathome campaign.
We’re used to hearing Adam Peaty set big goals and have a clear vision in mind. But there was a time when the Olympic champion was living under darkness.
Overseers of the construction on the 2022 Commonwealth Games aquatic facility say the project is still on track, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Looking ahead to the Tokyo Olympics, there appears to be a crowded field in the men’s 800 freestyle relay, with no clear favorite for the gold.
British Swimming has conveyed that a working group is already dissecting the UK government’s advice and guidelines for overall societal reopening.
The 51-page document anticipates the reopening of leisure facilities, which likely includes swimming pools, to occur “No earlier than July 4.”
Scottish Swimming revealed that the reopening of pools may yet be a way off, based on governmental guidelines concerning a possible second coronavirus spike.
The coronavirus pandemic hit very close Commonwealth Games medalist Holly Hibbott, as the 20-year-old’s mother was diagnosed with the condition two weeks ago.
Arkansas will hope to strike gold again with Emily Barclay, who was the UK’s 2nd-best 50 freestyler last season behind Arkansas graduate Anna Hopkin.
Adam Peaty and other members of the GB National Team will be making a return to the water after receiving endless pool’s installed in their backyards.
Reminisce on the early days of several of the world’s most notable swimmers by taking in photos from ‘then’ versus ‘now’, 3rd edition.
British swim coach Mark Anthony Boyce was sentenced last week to 20 months in prison after pleading guilty to downloading images of sexual abuse of a child.
Franks was also instrumental in shaping national policy in the UK regarding infant swimming lessons and encouraging childhood activity.
The British Swimming Coaches Association (BSCA) has published revised guidance for members to heed upon the eventual return to the pool.
Nations around the world are slowly starting the planning process for opening back up public spaces with the flattening of the coronavirus curve.