Read the latest reopening options for swimmers located in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, with many unable to return to the pool.
The 2020 Scottish Student Sports organization handed out its annual awards this week, with Duncan Scott adding another trophy to his ever-growing trove.
Catch up on swimming stories from around the web, including Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and more in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
After weeks of waiting, the nation of England finally learned when their indoor and outdoor swimming facilities can reopen.
In light of growing costs associated with the postponement of the 2020 Olympic Games, the UK government has agreed to give UK sport £5million.
Swim England, the organization that governs aquatics within the nation, is facing some difficult realities internally to deal with coronavirus fallout.
“The best swimming experience also develops life skills like leadership, commitment, self-discipline, organization and teamwork,” says Coach Schultz.
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Swimmers may be able to dive into England’s pools yet, as there are positive signs coming from the government for a possible early July opening.
English government and public health officials have toured 4 swimming pools as a way to view first-hand how the facilities are able to operate safely.
Western Australia is among locales on schedule to host a swimming meet during the month of July, the first since coronavirus restrictions have been lifted.
Both Ed and Danielle give insight as to how the aquatic community can make changes so that the BME community feels included and encouraged to participate
Although coronavirus lockdowns are easing up a bit around the world, life and sport as we know it will take a very long time to get back to normal.
Elite athletes identified in ‘cohort 1’ will be the first to return to the water, although a venue has not yet been announced (pictured: 2018 Commonwealth Games champion Alys Thomas)
While countries around the world are easing back into swimming, the nation of Scotland’s elite and amateur athletes remain dry.
It’s still unclear who the 19 swimmers are, but Loughborough has confirmed that they encouraged their swimmers “not post on social media” about their return