Catch up on the swimming-related news round-up from around the world in this week’s edition of our series Beyond the Lane Lines.
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British Swimming fans will be able to get even more of athletes like Adam Peaty, thanks to a new Over-The-Top streaming service.
Japanese national record holder Yasuhiro Koseki is taking a page from Adam Peaty’s playbook when it comes to getting it done in the gym.
One month into the Summer Olympic year, let’s examine who is ‘the hunted’ by listing women having clocked OLY-qualifying times thus far.
Catch up on this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring reigning 200 fly Olympic champion Mireia Belmonte of Spain.
David Chang attends the Millfield School in England, a program that sends a number of swimmers to NCAA program every year.
Bow down to Swedish superstar Sarah Sjostrom, as the multi-Olympic medalist just put up the 2nd fastest 100m freestyle time this season.
Duncan Scott is one of 16 British athletes in the middle of a 3 week altitude camp in Flagstaff, Arizona ahead of British Championships in April.
Swedish Olympic multi-medalist Sarah Sjostrom takes on the 50 back, 100 fly and 50 free triple on day 2 of the 2020 Luxembourg Euro Meet.
How did Florent Manaudou fare in the men’s 50m fly? Find out in our Day 1 Euro Meet Recap from the intense action in Luxembourg.
One of the world’s most accomplished centenarian masters swimmers John Harrison died last week at 105-years old.
Newly-minted 200m fly Japanese national record holder Daiya Seto will have a busy month of February, most likely competing at both Konami Open and Kirara Cup.
We’ll get a taste for where the men’s 50m free speed is at with Florent Manaudou, Bruno Fratus, Ben Proud and more racing in Luxembourg.
A wicked-fast meet transpired for British swimmer Freya Anderson, as the teen collected the 50m/100m/200m freestyle victories in spades.