Australian Nick D’Arcy has had a swimming career plagued by controversy and today decided that it was time to declare…
England, Scotland and Wales have all published their selection criteria for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow which will run…
Kenneth To of Swimming Australia has changed his plans, and will focus on school instead of swimming the Asian leg of the 2013 World Cup Series.
“Following the recent incidents with the delegation of Israel at the FINA Swimming World Cup meets in Dubai (UAE, October 17-18) and in Doha (QAT, October 20-21), FINA would like to clarify that…”
Cesar Cielo was back on top of the world in 2013, taking the World Championship in the 50 free.
‘’I’m going to miss my teammates the most,’’ said Dickens, who also competed at two Commonwealth Games, two Pan Am Games and three FINA World Championships.
Katinka Hosszu has had a historic run of performances in the World Cup Series so far this year and SwimSwam…
South Korea’s Park Tae Hwan has already won four gold medals at the 94th Korean National Sports Festival
WADA has said this week that they are disappointed with Jamaica’s anti-doping authority and their response to an inquiry.
A former high-level prospect in Swimming Australia has tested positive for three different banned stimulants.
Morozov won the event posting a time of 21.03 followed by Schoeman who finished second in a time of 21.04. American Anthony Ervin finished third in a time of 21.23.
Nick Folker, co-founder of BridgeAthletic, trains NBC TV star Natalie Morales and 12-time Olympic medalist Natalie Coughlin.
The French team made up of Florent Manaudou (21.22), Jeremy Stravius (20.87), Melanie Henique (24.61) and Anna Santamans (24.44) won the event in a time of 1:31.14, breaking the World Record of 1:32.52 set by the Japanese in Dubai.
After winning the 50 butterfly at the World Championships in Barcelona the only woman who has been able to defeat Jeanette Ottesen Gray of Denmark is herself.
The International Swimming Hall of Fame, Inc., (ISHOF) announced today that upon the expiration of its current fifty-year agreement with the City of Fort Lauderdale, in February of 2015, it will not renew and will look for a new home in another city.