The first evening of the 2015 FINA World Cup Series in Doha is once again jam packed with stars…
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor is up for Glamour Magazine’s (Britain) Female-Only Sports Personality of the Year Award.
The National coaching staff will have a lot of flexibility and discretion on who, and how many, athletes to assign to the team.
World Record holder Adam Peaty will aim for a first ever European Championships Short Course medal in December.
The British contingent of the European All-Star’s team will be led by 2015 World Champions James Guy.
A 52.48 100m back outing for double world champion Mitch Larkin lands the Australian on top of the podium in Tokyo on Day 1 of the World Cup.
Both Alia Atkinson and Jennie Johansson failed to finish in the top 8 in the 100 breaststroke in Tokyo…
Today’s In Briefs: George Bovell and his Trinidad & Tobago Olympic teammates have extra monetary incentive to rake in the medals in Rio next year.
What did YOU do this weekend? Of the Manchester International Swim Meet, Hannah Miley said “It’s been a really busy but good weekend, I think I’ve raced a total of 23 races.”
Primetime international players, including American speedster Nathan Adrian, are lined up for this week’s FINA World Cup stop in Tokyo, the first site of 2015’s final cluster.
Elizabeth Simmonds came dangerously close to clocking a new British National Record in the women’s 50m backstroke (SCM).
Paralympic medallist Stephanie Millward has made the move to the British Para-Swimming National Performance Centre (NPC) in Manchester.
Siobhan O’Connor won the 200 IM event at Manchester Aquatic Club’s International Meet today.
Aberdeen, Scotland has been selected as hosts of the 2020 LEN European Junior Championships.
Garioch Swim Club’s Hannah Miley is just one of the high-profile names swimming at the Manchester International Meet this weekend.