The Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee, along with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, announced the results of water quality and temperature surveys conducted at Odaiba Marine Park.
England’s initial 2018 Commonwealth Games roster is comprised of both stalwart talent, but also rising new stars.
Sophie Pascoe broke another Para Swimming World Record in Auckland, while Bradlee Ashby collected a national record on the day.
Vlad Morozov was just one of the high-profile athletes in the water this morning getting some racing in before finals tonight in Doha.
A national aquatics coach in Malaysia is accused of raping a teenage diver in late September.
Hannah Miley has been named to the 21-strong Scottish roster set to compete at next year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Last week week readers got acquainted with Dale Neuburger, in his own words. Today we continue our discussion with Neuburger, posing questions on athlete representation, the Global Association of Professional Swimmers (GAPS), and deciding who gets a seat at the table.
While competing on the first day of the 2017 New Zealand Short Course Championships, Paralympic swimmer Sophie Pascoe has already set 2 Para swimming world short course records.
Tom Shields took the men’s 200m fly win in Hong Kong, but Le Clos will be looking to take back the gold this week in Doha.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has released the 2018 List of Banned Substances and Methods.
2017 FINA WORLD CUP – HONG KONG Saturday, September 30th & Sunday, October 1st Victoria Park Swimming Pool, Hong Kong…
The German Swimming Association (DSV) is cooperating with the city of Kumamoto (Japan) where the immediate competition preparations before the…
The men’s point race couldn’t have been closer at the Hong Kong World Cup, with Tom Shields and Chad le Clos tying at 75 points apiece.
With Lauren Boyle and Glenn Snyders having retired, New Zealand is on the look-out for its next swimming star to help lead the nation into Tokyo 2020.
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