Canada’s Edmonton Keyano Swim Club had recently hired former Head Coach of British Para Swimming, Rob Greenwood, but has since withdrawn its offer citing ‘shock’ and ‘disappointment’ over the allegations of its would-be new coach.
British Swimming has released its 10-swimmer strong roster for the 2017 European Short Course Championships set for December 13-17th in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Catch up on smaller stories from around the web in this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Grant Hackett, Brooke Hanson and Sun Yang.
It’s almost Peaty Time, as the 2016 Olympic champion and world record holder sets his sights on the Manchester International Swim Meet this weekend.
The 6th stop of the 2017 FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Cup concluded in dramatic fashion, as video replay had to be used to determine the winners in both the men’s and women’s 10k races.
Richard Whitehead has been elected President of England’s national governing body for swimming at the organisation’s Annual Council Meeting.
Tim Don, world’s fastest Ironman, out for World Championships after bike crash.
As a follow-up to a story originally reported back in March of this year, the results of an independent inquiry into allegations of bullying and an overall ‘culture of fear’ cultivated by the coaching staff of British Para Swimming have now been released.
Lead Coach and Programme Manager Stephen Bayley is saying good-bye to Loughborough University Swimming after having been involved with the program for 15 years.
British breaststroke star Adam Peaty is set to make his 2017-18 season debut at the Machester International Swim Meet
The British Swimming Federation has released its qualifying criteria for the 2018 European Championships.
Swim England’s annual County Team Championships took place in Sheffield yesterday, where 900 swimmers from over 36 English counties took to Ponds Forge, vying for their respective Division 1 and Division 2 titles
“I think I have a really great opportunity to be a part of open water,” says two-time Olympic silver medalist from Rio, Jazz Carlin.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu claimed a trio of victories on night 2 in Doha, taking the 100m back, 100m IM and 400m IM.
British swimmer Freya Anderson is in the running for Young Sportswoman honors as part of Britain’s The Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards.