Above, Ranomi Kromowidjojo swims at the Doha stop of the 2013 World Cup, which will lead off this year’s series.
Zsuzsanna Jakabos’ recovery from a surgical procedure she underwent in October to repair a shoulder injury is moving in a positive direction…
2013 was a transition for Christian Sprenger from silver to gold.
In an effort to improve on their 2013 results Michael Hinge has gathered 16 of the top Danish juniors for a 10 day training camp in Austria.
Farida Osman, who became the first Arab female siwmmer in history to qualify for a World Championship final, has been named the 2013 Female African Swimmer of the Year.
Originally expected to be torn down, the Olympic pool will now be repurposed to a sports arena after the 2016 Games.
Yulia Efimova and Ruta Meilutyte were both in contention for the the International Sports Press Association (AIPS) European Sportswoman of the Year Award…
Times posted at designated “approved” meets may be considered for qualifying to Junior National Team status.
New Zealand swimming star Lauren Boyle has been named a finalist for the Halberg Sportswoman of the Year Award
Egyptian National Marwan El Kamash (above) will be joined at the University of South Carolina next season.
There was one woman that managed to outshine everyone else in this category and that was Cate Campbell, who is our 2013 Swammy Award winner for Oceanic Swimmer of the Year.
Consistency and endurance is was set Katinka Hozzsu apart from the rest of the world this year.
Aya Terakawa wrapped up a stellar career in 2013 with several national records and a pair of bronze medals at World Championships.
2013 was our first Phelps-less year in a long while. Will the New Year bring a return of the iconic pre-race body-slaps?
Katie Ledecky (front) and Missy Franklin (back) were two of the top 10 athletes in the world in 2013, according to EuroSport.