Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty remains on the British Swimming Podium Athlete roster for 2017.
Last year’s British Championships doubled as the nation’s Olympic Trials, which saw Adam Peaty lay the foundation for his eventual World Record-setting, gold medal swim in Rio.
The LEN (Ligue Européenne de Natation), Europe’s continental swimming federation, has decided to set aside a budget of € 200,000 in 2017…
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Great Britain has named a 16-person roster for the 2016 Short Course World Championships, though that group will not include Olympic champion breaststroker Adam Peaty.
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Olympic gold medallist Adam Peaty will receive a homecoming parade in his hometown of Utoxetter on October 1st.
Melanie Marshall, coach of Adam Peaty (above), has been named the BSCA British Swim Coach of the Year for the third-straight time.
Commonwealth Games finalist Lewis Smith (above) has joined the City of Glasgow coaching staff.
Stephanie Millward reportedly told the BBC that she is now correctly classified at S8.
“Some of my rivals tried to put into my head that it’s my first Olympics and I should be nervous going in as what I was going in as (the world champion), but I knew exactly what I wanted and how to do it.”