Scottish record holder and 2014 Commonwealth Games medalist Corrie Scott has retired from competitive swimming.
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Israel’s Nadav Aaronson has committed to the University of Michigan and will be a freshman in the fall of 2019.
WADA has maintained the suspension of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency for its refusal to comply with two final outstanding measures which would lead to its reinstatement.
Kosuke Hagino already snatched a spot on Japan’s Pan Pacific Championships roster, but others will be striving for the same accomplishment at next weekend’s Japan Open.
Jesse Puts, Dutch national record holder, spent some time recently in the L.A. area, training alongside friend and in-pool rival Vlad Morozov.
It didn’t take long. In the very first race of Katie Ledecky’s professional career, she has broken her own world record in the 1500 free.
Brazil will send 20 swimmers to compete at the 2018 World Military Swimming Championships in Samar, Russia August 16th – 23rd, including 9 Olympians.
The Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association (CIASA) is reportedly coming close to making a new aquatic center happen after years of community lobbying.
The world’s #1 sprinter Caeleb Dressel is taking on some events that some may say are his ‘off’ events, but we all know that they’re more like his ‘slightly less good’ events.
Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt of New Zealand will be training under Ian Thorpe’s old coach this summer.
Brazilian Olympian Henrique Martins has tested positive for a banned substance, and will present his case at a doping panel hearing in Switzerland, according to Brazilian media.
Olympic champions Ashleigh Johnson, Melissa Seidemann, Rachel Fattal, Maggie Steffens and Kiley Neushul lead the way into China in the second major competition of the year.
An as-yet-untitled film following the life of 20-year-old Syrian swimmer Yusra Mardini has received the green light and could be released as soon as 2019.
Senegal’s Lamine Diack, former president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) from 1999 to 2015 and current Senegalese…