British Swimming

British Olympian Jess Lloyd Retires at 22

British Olympian and two-time Commonwealth Games medalist Jess Lloyd is retiring at the age of 22.

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British Swimming Federation Head Coach Bill Furniss Collects OBE

British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss collected his OBE on Tuesday.

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British Olympic Coach Hugh Hamilton Smith Dies

British Olympic Coach Hugh Hamilton Smith has died. He served as an assistant coach for the 1964 Great Britain Olympic…

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Bill Furniss Awarded An OBE Within Queen’s Birthday Honors

British Swimming Head Coach Bill Furniss has been awarded an OBE in recognition of his dedication to sport in a…

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Duncan Scott Becomes First Brit Under 48 in 100m Free

2017 BRITISH SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, April 18th – Sunday, April 23rd Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheffield LCM Qualifying Times Analysis (for…

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Sophie Yendell Lowers Her Own British Age Group Record in 50 Fly

14-year old Sophie Yendell from the City of Derby Swim Team has broken her own British Age Group Record in the…

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2-Time Olympian Jemma Lowe Announces Retirement from Swimming

Olympic finalist Jemma Lowe has become the second high-profile British swimmer to announce her retirement in as many days, calling it…

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British Swimming Gets Funding Increase for Tokyo 2020

British Swimming will see a funding boost for the 2020 Olympics after their performance in Rio.

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TYR Sport to be Official Product Supplier of British Swimming

“TYR Sport is honored to become the official sponsor of British Swimming,” stated TYR Chief Executive Officer Matt DiLorenzo.

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Tancock on Retirement: “It’s Exciting to Be on the Other Side Now”

Watch Liam Tancock discuss his career and retirement from the sport.

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British Swimming Apologizes for European Championships Chaos

“We appreciate, first, the disappointment felt by those competitors whose expectations of the event were not met in two respects, by not being able to compete in the Olympic competition pool and by having to reduce the number of events they originally entered from five to three.”

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British Swimming Confirms Keri-Anne Payne’s Participation in Rio

British Swimming has officially confirmed that 2008 Olympic silver medalist Keri-Anne Payne will be a member of the British Olympic team in Rio…

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