News on Michael Phelps, Federica Pellegrini, Sarah Sjostrom and more are found in this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines.
The Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) has announced 12 athletes who will received Olympic Solidarity Scholarships to “assist with qualification…
Max Litchfield, who finished 4th in both IMs at the 2017 World Championships, has withdrawn from the 2017 European Short Course Championships.
American swimmer Katie Ledecky has been nominated for a BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year Award. She’s one of 6…
After taking into account retirements and injuries, Jeremy Stravius is one of the few stars from the French men’s team who will be on hand for the Short Course Nationals in Montpellier this weekend.
Olympic champion and world record holder Adam Peaty has been announced as a nominee for BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year 2017.
The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today approved the Olympic Solidarity 2017-2020 Quadrennial Plan during a meeting in Lausanne.
Evgeny Rylov is rehabbing from a shoulder injury and is expected to return to competition in February.
Early last week, Russian news outlet R-Sport reported that Russian Swimming Federation President Vladimir Salnikov confirmed that Vladimir Morozov and Kirill Prigoda…
Now that the Spanish Short Course Winter Championships have concluded in Barcelona, the Spanish Swimming Federation (RFEN) has announced its 10-strong roster of athletes for this December’s European Short Course Championships.
The 61st Spanish Winter Short Course National Championships in Barcelona wrapped up with multi-national record holder and Olympic champion Mireia Belmonte making an appearance in two individual finals.
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South Africa has announced its selection procedures for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, stemming from the KZNA Provincial Championships next month.
New Zealand has announced its selection procedures for all of 2018’s major international meets, including the Pan Pacific Championships.
The first international virtual dual meet between Great Britain’s Loughborough University and Canada’s University of Toronto ended in a tight, three-point meet on the men’s side, with Loughborough taking both wins.