Read about what’s happening with swim stars Freya Anderson of Great Britain, Alia Atkinson of Jamaica and more in the latest edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
Mona McSharry broke her own Irish Record in the women’s 50 freestyle at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.
Some of the world’s biggest junior stars, including European Champion Kristof Milak, take the stage in Buenos Aires this week.
Georgia Davies broke her own SCM British Record in the 50 back in Budapest.
A team of talented youngsters have been selected for the Swim England Performance Squad after being identified as potential international stars of the future.
Miranda Heckman of Pleasaanton Seahawks is among the young patch of Americans joining national teamers Molly Hannis, Kelsi Dahlia, Kathleen Baker, Michael Andrew and Blake Pieroni in Budapest this weekend.
Duncan Scott was honored by Scottish Swimming, while past elite swimmers Robbie Renwick, Caitlin McClatchey and Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Just two days after accepting the inaugural British National Lottery’s ‘Athlete of the Year’ award, 21-year-old Duncan Scott revealed he is recovering from two ruptured ankle ligaments.
Earlier this year, Fox was reclassified from S7 to S8 and was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
Swimmers who are also contact lens wearers may want to take a look at a recent study conducted by Dr. John Dart, from University College London’s Institute of Ophthalmology.
Check out the 54 athletes named to British Swimmings Performance Program roster for the 2018/19 season.
Daisy Anderson from Kent, England has verbally committed to the University of Pittsburgh for the 2019-2020 season.
15-year-old Matt Richards already made a name for himself this year by clinching several British National Age Records at the 2018…
Duncan Scott, Scotland’s star of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, has been named British National Lottery’s Athlete of the Year.
The most decorated Scottish athlete at a single Commonwealth Games, Duncan Scott, has just been named the 2018 Scottish Sportsperson of the Year.