Louise Hansson (above), the fastest 100 butterflier in history in short course yards, will join countrymate Sarah Sjostrom, the fastest 100 butterflier in long course meters, in Tokyo.
The Acadia Axemen look poised to end Dalhousie’s 21-year run as AUS champions and win their first title since 1981.
One month into the Summer Olympic year, let’s examine who is ‘the hunted’ by listing women having clocked OLY-qualifying times thus far.
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French paper L’Equipe released an investigation on sexual abuse in French sport this week, including bombshell allegations in swimming and ice skating.
The Kenyan Olympic Committee says that it plans to send 2 swimmers to the 2020 Olympic Games, even though its swimming federation is suspended.
An appeal court ruled on Tuesday that the Rio Olympic Park will be reopened provisionally pending a safety examination.
Philip Heintz, who missed a medal at Worlds in 2019 by less than a tenth of a second, has reinjured the same hip that forced a scratch of the 400 IM final in Gwangju.
On-fire Daiya Seto will have extra incentive to give it his all at next month’s Konami Open, seeing how a quarter of a million dollars is up for grabs.
Aussie men and women will be heading to their annual National Event Camps next month, with high-profile coaches such as Michael Bohl & Dean Boxall.
The 31-year old Frenchman won the long course World Championship in the 100 backstroke in 2011, and has 3 Olympic medals as well.
Here we go, Chad Le Clos, as the South African is set to take to Stellenbosch waters this weekend at his nation’s Grand Prix.
This week, athletes across the world of sport are mourning Kobe Bryant, one of the best professional basketball players in history and a sports inspiration.
Catch up on this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring reigning 200 fly Olympic champion Mireia Belmonte of Spain.
Swim Ireland received an increase in funding for the 2020 Olympic year, perhaps helping boost its athletes into better results than Rio.