Four top Welsh swimmers will be setting sail to continental Europe for the Mare Nostrum Series, including Commonwealth freestyle champion Jazz Carlin.
2012 Olympian Craig Benson was on the short-end of a crowded British breaststroke field, but has received a consolation of a trip to the World University Games.
Yale University’s Eva Fabian is not your average collegiate swimmer. At just 21 years old, Eva has already established herself as an international champion in open water events and as a force to be reckoned with in NCAA distance swimming circles.
Who in Swimming has influenced your life? Athlete Manager & Entrepreneur Emily White Chronicles her answer below.
Although Lily can only walk with the aid of crutches, this limitation has not stopped her from flying through life on the wings of determination and hope, with her fiercely supportive family and friends by her side.
The 400 IM is no easy feat and dominated by some of the most talented swimmers in the world, but Weiss knows exactly what it takes.
London’s “King’s Cross Pond Club” is both a work of art and a place to take a dip.
Helsingør Swim Club is looking for a candidate who is prepared to become Mr(s) Helsingør Swim Club. Someone who is willing to bring the swim club to the next level as a competition swim Club, with brain and heart.
British Swimming will be taking a group of seven young athletes to compete at the Japan Open from May 22nd to the 24th in Tokyo…
Great Britain’s World Championships team will compete in the Mare Nostrum series this June after holding a training camp in France, according to the British Swimming website.
The 4th Barbados Open Water Festival kicks off November 7th with the 1.5 km race and “Just for Fun swim”, followed by the 5km race and beach party on November 8th.
“The Olympics, often driven by nationalistic pride and the country medal-count, morphed into something else over the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Games. We all lived the experience through Phelps. Swimmers globally cheered him on…”
Swimming video is courtesy of Eve and Candace, the world’s foremost unknown swim vloggers (now kind of famous for swim vlogging).
The 2015 women’s 1650 yard freestyle NCAA Champion Leah Smith (above) will sit out of its closest equivalent, the 1500 meter free, on Thursday at the Pro Swim Series – Charlotte meet.
Olympic silver medalist Keri-Anne Payne will be back in front of the British team in Kazan, looking for her third 10km World Championship.