Multi-time world champion Alice Tai headlines the 21 selections to Britain’s Podium squad for 2019-2020.
On-fire Dutch breaststroker Arno Kamminga came within .10 of his own 200 breast lifetime best to add his name to the Dutch roster for Glasgow.
On-fire Kira Toussaint of the Netherlands has set her sights on the short course realm, competing on day 1 of the 2019 Martinez Cup in Amsterdam.
17-year-old Wang Jinajiahe opened her Military World Games in style, hitting a 4:04.42 world-leading 400m freestyle in Wuhan, China.
Russia’s Anton Chupkov is headed to the 7th International Military Sports Council (CISM) Military World Games in Wuhan, China.
British World Champion James Guy is scheduled to compete at the 2019 Manchester International Swim Meet this weekend in his home nation.
On-fire Dutch backstroker Kira Toussaint is set to race in Amsterdam this weekend, where swimmers are vying for Euro SC QTs and….chocolate.
Absent 4 of the biggest names on their team, Cate Campbell and the London Roar will try to tread water in Lewisville until their full roster returns.
Brodie Williams and Joe Litchfield were just added to Great Britain’s European Short Course Championships roster ready to rumble in Glasgow this December.
British Swimming has announced its staff of 8 swimming coaches set to take on key roles with Team GB during the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
The Aqua Centurion men’s 400 medley relay, all Italian citizens, set a new national record during their efforts down in Naples for ISL Group A Match 2.
Today marks 50 days to go until the 2019 European Short Course Swimming Championships, with a good deal on tickets taking place this week.
Three-time Big Ten scorer Federica Greco will sit out the coming NCAA season in order to focus on qualifying for Italy’s Olympic team in 2020.
We’re shining a spotlight on 12-year-old Eva Okaro’s impressive SCM performances at last week’s Swim England Count Teams Championships.
Iron has announced 25 swimmers for their ISL opener. They’ll feature 2 of the winningest-ever in the FINA World Cup series: Katinka Hosszu (above) and Vlad Morozov.