The swimming competition at the 2015 World Championships in Kazan began today with the open water 5km. American Hayley Anderson…
Winning two consecutive world championship titles is something that French star Camille Lacourt has put himself in a good position to achieve, but it won’t be an easy task.
Although the 2014 Commonwealth Games brought €1.1 billion ($1.2 billion) in national gross value to its Scottish hosts, that amount is about equal to what the cost of the games could have achieved through other projects, a Scottish government legacy report says.
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University of East London stand-out swimmer, Aimee Willmott, has been named 2015’s British University & College Sports (BUCS) Sports Woman…
The winners of events at the IPC Swimming World Championships will only have the opportunity to hear a 45 second version of their national anthems…
The 28th Annual Jim McDonnell Lake Swim is a weekend tradition for the love of open water.
South African Cameron van der Burgh will be looking to collect his third World Championship title…
Sophie Taylor adds to the list of elite swimmers that will not be competing at the upcoming Kazan World Championships….
Great Britain is in position to sweep the men’s 100 breaststroke Adam Peaty and Ross Murdoch.
Monique McDonough is a 5-time Ironman finisher who juggles parenthood, training, and a full-time job as a consultant.
Lelliott, coached by Mark Skimming at Bath University, also cracked the World Top 10 on his way to the gold medal, with a winning time of 3.48.84.
Former Irish Olympic coach Ger Doyle has been released from prison after serving four years in prison on sexual assault charges, and this week, he claimed his victims “ruined [his] life.”
Lelliott finished second, just behind Frolov, for the silver medal. His time of 7:50.97 will stand as the new English record in the event.