Darragh Greene made Irish swimming history by becoming the first 100m breaststroker from his nation to ever dip under the minute barrier.
The 2018 ISF World Schools Games Gymnasiade in Casablanca, Morocco, was to see Ireland enter a team in the swimming championships of the multi-sport event for the first time and return with an outstanding 13 medal haul.
2012 Olympic champion Ruta Meilutyte says she considered giving up on swimming after the 2016 Olympics.
Shane Ryan is among the 12 athletes headed to Glasgow this summer to represent Ireland at the 2018 European Championships.
Swim Ireland has announced John Szaranek as the new head coach of the National Centre (Limerick), making another coach borrowed by…
To see all of our 2017 Swammy Awards presented by TYR, click here. 2017 National Development Award: Ireland In 2016,…
Swim Ireland has announced 45 athletes to our National Squad (Swimming) for the 2017-2018 season with specific cohorts of athletes identified – a Performance group (with an Olympic 2020 focus) and a Performance Pathway group (with an Olympic 2024 focus).
Swim Ireland’s future has taken on a brighter shine as of late, with 3 of the nation’s elite swimmers making history over the summer.
The Irish mixed medley relay team earned a new Senior national record in Indy this week.
Ben Higson of the University of Stirling will now be headed to Swim Ireland, taking on the role of National Senior Team Head Coach and Head Coach of the National Centre, Dublin.
“When you couldn’t be more proud of Ruta Meilutyte,” stated her former longtime coach Jon Rudd.
Irish Swimming has announced its largest World Championships squad since 2009 set to head to Hungary this summer.
Jon Rudd has hired two new assistant coaches for the Swim Ireland National team as they continue to build toward Tokyo in 2020.
Ireland’s new National Performance Director Jon Rudd says the nation will focus on keeping talented domestic athletes training in Ireland while finding athletes abroad with Irish eligibility as the nation builds towards the next Olympics.
Jon Rudd (middle) with two of his former Plymouth Leander charges.