Australian coach Dean Pugh lost his battle with lung cancer, dying in his sleep earlier this week surrounded by his family and friends.
Manaudou had planned to train for Tokyo with Energy Standard head coach James Gibson in Turkey, but politics and pandemic travel difficulties changed that.
Swim England CEO Jane Nickerson posted an official response regarding new restrictions, pleading for leisure centres to be exempt from closures.
This year’s Male Swimmer of the Year goes to the man who set 4 world records this year en route to decisively winning the 2020 ISL MVP award: Caeleb Dressel.
The UK is entering a nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus, with closures leaving many swimmers out of the pool for even longer.
Ball State University has received its first class of 2026 verbal commitment from Candian Trials qualifier Payton Kelly.
This year’s Swammy award for Female Swimmer of the Year goes to backstroke ace and Australia’s newest world record holder – Kaylee McKeown.
Elite English swimmers such as Adam Peaty will be joining other likely Commonwealth Games athletes on Swim England’s enlarged national team for 2022.
For the third consecutive year, South Africa’s Rocco Meiring of Tuks has earned the Swammy Award for African Coach of the Year.
This year’s European Coach of the Year goes to the coach of the Netherlands’ best of 2020 including world record breaker Kira Toussaint.
Check out this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Dylan Carter, Jeanette Ottesen, and the world record-breaking Chinese mixed medley relay.
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The head of the Italian Olympic Committee warned that the Italian flag and national anthem could be barred from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Wang Shun already took the 200m IM here in Shijiazhuang City but he made it a double with 400m I gold to close out the competition.
Teenager Yu Yiting turned heads while competing in the women 400m IM event in China, crushing a new World Junior Record.