2016 Rio Olympic Games August 6th-13th, 2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil “What time does swimming start at the Olympics where…
British Swimming Coaches Association (BSCA) Conference will be held September 23rd-25th.
2016 BRITISH SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday July 26th-Sunday July 31st Ponds Forge International Sports Centre – Sheffield, England Prelims – 9 am…
Get to know Scottish breaststroker Ross Murdoch, a man on a mission for Rio.
After breaking the Scottish national record in the 200 backstroke on Friday Kathleen Dawson returned to the pool to set another national record in the 50 backstroke…
Kathleen Dawson lowered her own Scottish National Record in the women’s 200m backstroke while competing at the 2016 British Summer Championships.
Freya Anderson won the women’s 100m freestyle (15 yrs) in a time just .01 shy of what it took her to win the event at 2016 European Junior Championships.
Check out what two Nissan-sponsored British paralympians may get their hands on should they win gold in Rio.
Rebecca Redfern earned a new S13 100m breaststroke World Record, while Adam Barrett touched in 48.98 in the 100m freestyle on Day 3 of the 2016 British Summer Championships.
Adam Peaty and his British Olympic teammates are currently training just 40 minutes outside of Rio.
Catch Day 3 finals action from Sheffield.
Two multi-class world records, along with a new British Age Group Record from Anna Fleming highlighted Day 2 of 2016 British Summer Championships.
Guess GBR sprinter Fran Halsall’s favorite animal and see if you’re right.
5-time Olympic medalist Stephanie Millward (middle) now is the world leader in the 100 back for S8s in 2016 by more than 6 seconds.