Swim Ireland announces another big coaching hire, completing their National Center-Limerick staff.
Britian’s Liam Tancock is among 4 athletes appointed to the UKAD Athlete Commission.
Two-time British Olympian Andrew Willis has called time on his lengthy swimming career.
Mel Marshall, coach of world record holder Adam Peaty, has received an honorary doctorate from Loughborough University.
Anna Hopkin won Sportswoman of the Year, while her British National teammate Duncan Scott was short-listed for Sportsman of the Year.
With the European Championships kicking off in less than 20 days, re-live some of the action building up to the big event in the form of British swimmer Ben Proud’s furious 50m free from last month.
Swim England has announced the creation of five new National Swimming Performance Centers aimed at supporting the nation’s emerging talent.
Scottish swimmer Mark Szaranek is finding his form by racing American Ryan Lochte everyday in practice.
Touch of Ginger designed the medals – they also designed the medals for the 2016 European Aquatics Championships.
Which swimmers do we expect to dominate in Tokyo? How do we value up and coming swimmer’s chances? Do we expect aging stars to win more medals or fall off?
British Record holder Elizabeth “Lizzie” Simmonds has announced her retirement from elite swimming.
Russia topped the overall medal table for the 2018 European Junior Championships, but both Great Britain and Israel made great strides since just last year.
Hungary’s Kristof Milak doubled down on gold, winning the men’s 200m free and 100m fly on the final night of European Junior Championships.
2018 LEN EUROPEAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Mäkelänrinne Swimming Centre, Helsinki, Finland Wednesday, July 4th – Sunday, July 8th (swimming) LCM Meet…
Russia’s Kliment Kolesnikov and Hungary’s Ajna Kesely made their marks on night 2 of the European Junior Championships.