The British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Short Course Championships are fast-approaching, scheduled for November 13th-15th at Ponds Forge in…
Current 50m and 100m breaststroke world record holder, Great Britain’s Adam Peaty, will be joining the field in Dubai this weekend.
France’s Yannick Agnel indeed made his return to the pool this morning, making the men’s 100m freestyle final in Doha.
Yannick Agnel appears on the World Cup Doha start lists, potentially marking his return to competition since pulling out of the World Championships due to illness.
Joined by rising British breaststroker Craig Benson Mitch and Loretta will go into depth to discuss just what is making British swimming tick. With nothing left off the table, including Benson’s run-in with a very strange piece of training equipment that will shock you, the duo uncover the secrets of British swimming.
British Swimming has announced its Podium and Podium Potential performance squads for 2016. After extensive selection procedures, including an analysis…
Duncan Scott (2nd from left) earned British Swimming’s ‘Emerging Athlete of the Year’ award, further cementing the University of Stirling as a threatening force on the international swimming scene.
The Scottish National Team Championships will be held over two sessions. Participating teams will comprise of 10 Junior Teams and two Invitational “Open” Teams.
The British program is rebounding better than anyone would have expected after winning only three medals at the 2012 Olympic…
Watch all the “A” and “B” finals from Day Five, including Michael Phelps’ 200 breast final.
If he chooses to swim the event tonight, he could become the 2nd swimmer in history to have won American national championships in all 4 strokes.
California Aquatics’ Caitlin Leverenz is top seed in the women’s 200m IM on the first day of competition at U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas. Follow the action here.
Josh Prenot came up big, winning the men’s 200 breaststroke with the sixth fastest time in the world this year at 2:08.90.
Another tight race here, but Kazakstan’s Dmitry Balandin used a strong second half to win the gold in 59.96, the 9th-fastest time in the world this year.
Lu Ying of China set a new WUG record with her gold medal in the 50 fly during the second night of competition this week.