Lauren Boyle has been nominated for the hotly contested High Performance Sportswoman of the Year. She is joined by nine other athletes in the category including marathon swimmer Kimberley Chambers and 2014 winner Lydia Ko.
Eight individual world championship medalists will be vying for titles at the Queensland Championships…
Jazmin Carlin swam away with 2 medals at the 2015 European Short Course Championships, but still recognizes the ever-present threat that is Katie Ledecky, on her route to Rio.
Current 100m breaststroke world record holder Adam Peaty (GBR) takes on the field in Dubai on Day 2 of the World Cup.
Jamaican Alia Atkinson posted the world’s top time in the 50 breaststroke during the prelims in Dubai…
The first evening of the 2015 FINA World Cup Series in Doha is once again jam packed with stars…
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.
Clive Power, interim head coach of Swimming New Zealand, will remain in his role through the Rio 2016 Olympics.
With two silvers at the World Championships in Kazan, Lauren Boyle is your Swimming New Zealand ‘Swimmer of the Year’.
Lauren Boyle says that what World Record Holder, American Katie Ledecky, is doing for the sport is ‘amazing.’
Lauren Boyle is the best female distance swimmer not named Katie Ledecky in 2015.
With Cesar Cielo leaving the FINA World Championships prematurely due to injury, the door is wide open for a number of swimmers to capitalize on his absence from the 50 free.
Among the several national records that fell during day three’s finals, Hungary’s Boglarka Kapas snapped her own 1500m mark during…
Lauren Boyle of New Zealand took down her own Oceanic record of 15:44.71 in the women’s 1500m freestyle final in order to finish second to American Katie Ledecky in 15:40.14.