British youngsters Nicholas Pyle and Sophie Yendell are changing things up training home-wise as they continue to grow in their aquatic careers.
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British Swimming released its athletes eligible for funding for the 2019/20 season, but let’s take a look at how their past talent predictors have fared.
Additional details concerning the death of former European Junior champion Tazmin Pugh are coming to light almost a year after the British swimmer’s death.
Duncan Scott made the grade and was named to British Swimming’s World Class Program for the 2019/20 season, but other elite athletes didn’t fare as well.
The reigning European Junior Champion in the men’s 100m freestyle, Matt Richards, raced a heavy schedule at Derventio Excel’s Open SC Meet this weekend.
Check out the elite international meets headed our way in the month of October, including the first set of International Swimming League (ISL) competitions.
Mark Szaranek was among the competitors vying for the Scottish National Team Championships title today in Glasgow, with the former Gator taking the 100m IM.
Adelaide is the latest city to withdraw its intent to bid to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games – which don’t have any official announced suitors.
Adam Peaty will be headed to the London Aquatics Centre for next year’s British Swimming Championships, the qualifying meet for the 2020 Olympics.
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British Swimming has announced its 16-strong roster for the 2019 LEN European Short Course Championships scheduled for Glasgow this December.
With the technical details of the ISL’s inaugural season now disclosed, refresh yourself on each of the eight squads’ stacked rosters.
Check out the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Tokyo 2020 news, an update on Michael Jamieson’s MJ Swim Academy and more.
Twenty-year-old world record holder Alice Tai won the S8 100 free by well over two seconds at Worlds after being classes down from S9 last year.