It’s all Australia this year.
Siobhan Marie O’Connor of England is the odds-on favorite to win the 200 IM at the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
Kylie Masse and Emily Seebohm are set to go head-to-head in the backstroke events at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
British national record holder Jocelyn Ulyett, representing England, will try to shake up a very tightly packed women’s breaststroke field at the Commonwealth Games.
South African Chad Le Clos will try to complete a trifecta of wins across the men’s fly events on the Gold Coast, but England’s James Guy and Ben Proud may crash his party.
England’s Adam Peaty will seek more glory competing at the rapidly approaching Commonwealth Games.
“56 is definitely doable and it’s not a question of if I’ll do it, but when I’ll do it,” says British Olympic champion and game-changer Adam Peaty.
Charlotte Bonnet impressed in Milan tonight, winning the 200m freestyle in the world’s 7th fastest time this season.
World Junior Champion Emily Large will try to add a European Junior title to her resume come this July.
The University of Edinburgh swimming contingency is on the rise, capturing an impressive collection of hardware at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet, incorporating the British National Championships, this past weekend.
Hear what your favorite British swim stars had to say after taking home the hardware at the 2018 Edinburgh International.
28-year-old Swansea swimmer Alys Thomas clocked a 200 fly winning time of 2:07.54 to move herself up on the list of all-time performing Brits.
Adam Peaty casually threw down the world’s fastest 100m breaststroke time 5 weeks out from the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
With 5 weeks left until this year’s Commonwealth Games, James Guy snagged his 3rd medal while competing in Edinburgh.