Headed into the 2nd cluster kicking off in Hong Kong this weekend, FINA has tweaked the criteria for individual medalists having direct access to the final.
Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty hasn’t forgotten where he came from, as the British athlete recently generously helped a neighbor in need.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2018, with a couple notable performers left off the list.
Two-time silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games, Duncan Scott, has been honored with Team Scotland’s ‘Male Athlete of the Year Award’.
Olympic finalist Dan Wallace is ready to make a fresh start at the University of Edinburgh.
Scottish swimming has revealed its roster for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, set for Gold Coast, Australia from August 4th-15th.
British Olympian Jazz Carlin tried an open water swim on for size, winning the 1-mile elite women’s race in the Serpentine.
After seeing her longtime National Senior Squad of the London Aquatics Centre Performance Programme (LACPP) abruptly cut, Olympian Aimee Willmott has found a new training home at the University of Stirling.
With the city of Durban, South Africa officially stripped of its 2022 Commonwealth Games hosting duties earlier this year, the Commonwealth Games Federation is on the hunt for a replacement city.
Otto Putland, who represented Wales in swimming at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, was acquitted from one rape charge this week, but could still face retrial on a second rape charge.
World record holders Sarah Sjöström and Adam Peaty share their favourite sets…
There is nothing more important to Olympic champion and world record holder Adam Peaty than leaving a positive and inspiring legacy…
The USA finished with double the number of total medals earned by any other country. They tallied up 32 medals, while Japan and Hungary tied for 2nd with 16 medals each.
The Irish mixed medley relay team earned a new Senior national record in Indy this week.
Contributing to the American medal total on day 5 were Michael Andrew (50 fly gold), Grace Ariola (50 back bronze), and the women’s 4×100 free relay (silver).