Hear what your favorite British swim stars had to say after taking home the hardware at the 2018 Edinburgh International.
28-year-old Swansea swimmer Alys Thomas clocked a 200 fly winning time of 2:07.54 to move herself up on the list of all-time performing Brits.
Adam Peaty casually threw down the world’s fastest 100m breaststroke time 5 weeks out from the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
2008 Olympic gold medalist in the 10km marathon swim Maarten van der Weijden has improved upon the old World Record for…
With 5 weeks left until this year’s Commonwealth Games, James Guy snagged his 3rd medal while competing in Edinburgh.
Sarah Sjostrom was a few tenths shy of her Prop Swim Series Record, but still crushed the Pool Record with a dominant 56.6 100 Fly
Unrested James Guy lands on top of the men’s 200 fly field in Edinburgh.
With yesterday’s announcement that Olympic finalist Max Litchfield had withdrawn from this year’s Commonwealth Games due to nagging shoulder issues,…
The 2018 Edinburgh International Meet, incorporating the British Swimming Championships, is set to kick off tomorrow, March 1st, but some swimmers may be delayed due to a giant snow storm.
“It is with great disappointment that I must announce I will be withdrawing from the 2018 Commonwealth Games,” says British 400m IM national record holder Max Litchfield.
The Government of Denmark has announced a contribution of USD 70,000 to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), with the funds…
James Guy is ready to get some final racing in at this week’s British Championships, including fine-tuning his 200 fly before facing South African foe Chad Le Clos at the Commonwealth Games.
3 men have applied to fill the role of head coach of the Russian National Swimming Team – a position…
The 2018 Winter Olympic Games conclude in Pyeongchang, South Korea this weekend, but not before at least 3 athletes have tested positively for banned substances, with 2 of those Olympians representing Olympic Athletes of Russia (OAR).
“During the first two weeks, I found it quite difficult to breathe and suffered from altitude sickness, which wasn’t great,” World Junior Champion Freya Anderson of Great Britain said of her first altitude camp experience.