Today is the day tickets for both the 2019 British Swimming Championships and British Para Swimming International Meet have hit the market, which means you can now try to get your hands on the best seats in the Tollcross International Swimming Centre house.
Swim Ireland’s National Center in Dublin has announced the creation of a ‘Trainability Squad’ intended for part-time athletes.
Duncan Scott is among 18 British athletes headed to Flagstaff for altitude training this month.
Duncan Scott’s coach at the University of Stirling, Steven Tigg, is SwimSwam’s British Coach of the Year.
Great Britain now has the two fastest active breaststrokers in the world (Adam Peaty, middle; James Wilby, right), further emphasizing their huge medley advantage headed toward Tokyo.
Kolesnikov piled up a huge number of medals in 2018 and broke a World Record, even at only 18-years old.
When Great Britain won the rights to host the 2012 Olympics, as many future hosts do, they began pushing huge…
Just because so-called “swammers” may have hung up their goggles, doesn’t mean that those years of hard work were wasted. Former swimmers have spent years developing skills which can be integral to their new lives in the workforce.
The magazine stood as one of the oldest institutions in the sport.
James Guy & Edward Mildred from the 2018 Swim England Winter Championships.
50m backstroke bronze medalist from Hangzhou, Shane Ryan, will be moving back to Ireland to continue his journey towards Tokyo 2020.
Greg Butler broke all three of Adam Peaty’s City of Derby Club Records in Toronto.
On-fire Canadian teenager Kayla Sanchez kept her winning streak going in Sheffield, while Luke Greenbank, Holly Hibbott and more slid into the all-time British performers lists.
Olympic champion Penny Oleksiak has now gotten into the record-breaking mix in Sheffield, firing off a new Canadian National Record in the women’s 50m fly.
23-year-old Max Litchfield produced a new British National Record in the men’s SCM 400 IM while competing in Sheffield finals tonight.