Titmus leads this season’s 400 free world rankings by 2.3 seconds over Ledecky. In SwimSwam’s Pick’ems contest, 51% predict Titmus will win and 48% Ledecky.
Ariarne Titmus is now the 2nd fastest performer worldwide this season with a swim only 2 seconds slower than Katie Ledecky.
Let’s take a more current look at the women’s Olympic medalists from Rio who will most likely not be racing next year in Tokyo.
Another coaching change is taking place down under as Bud McAllister will be departing his role at the helm of the swimming program at WAIS.
Iconic global swimwear brand Speedo has today been unveiled as the headline sponsor of the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Swimming Series.
World Record holder Adam Peaty should have no problem dipping under the stiff British Swimming qualifying times for the 2020 Olympic Games.
British Swimming released its athletes eligible for funding for the 2019/20 season, but let’s take a look at how their past talent predictors have fared.
Delfina Pignatiello smashed the South American Record in the women’s 1500 freestyle in a time of 15:51.68, lowering the 15:54.30 from Kristel Kobrich in 2013.
Two-time Olympic silver medalist in Rio, British freestyle ace Jazz Carlin has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
Check out the 54 athletes named to British Swimmings Performance Program roster for the 2018/19 season.
Two-time Olympic silver medalist for Great Britain in Rio, Jazz Carlin, leads her nation’s open water roster for the 2018 European Championships.
Wales took bronze in the women’s 400 medley relay at the 2018 Commonwealth Games — the first podium finish for a Welsh women’s relay in Commonwealth history.
Duncan Scott made his mark on the 2018 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first Scottish swimmer to win 6 medals at a Games. He heads up the British roster for the European Championships as a result.
Olympic silver medalist James Guy was off to a rocky start in the Gold Coast, but he rebounded from illness with 100m fly silver in a quick 51.31.
To the disappointment of fans wanting to see what he’s capable of, England’s Adam Peaty is no longer swimming the 200m breast in Australia.