17-year-old Greg Butler impressed in Sheffield, taking down 2 English age records at the recent British Summer Championships.
Mel Marshall, coach of world record holder Adam Peaty, has received an honorary doctorate from Loughborough University.
With the conclusion of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, British Swimming officially announced its roster of 43 athletes headed to Glasgow…
“56 is definitely doable and it’s not a question of if I’ll do it, but when I’ll do it,” says British Olympic champion and game-changer Adam Peaty.
Adam Peaty is used to stepping onto the big stage, as he earned two prestigious awards at last night’s British Swimming awards ceremony.
Swim England has announced the first four coaches who will head out to the Gold Coast in April for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Booking for accommodation at this year’s annual conference closes in just ten days* and there are only a limited number…
“I love what I do,” says breaststroke maestro Adam Peaty of Great Britain.
“I won’t be in Budapest to defend my titles, I’ll be there to attack them,” says British breaststroking ace Adam Peaty.
Coaches Mike Taylor and Andrew Wallace will join the British National Centres in Bath and Loughborough.
Freya Anderson, 16, just wrote herself onto the British swimming history books with her 100m freestyle performance in prelims this morning.
Adam Peaty is one of a whopping 5 Loughborough-based swimmers to have won a British title in the first two days of this year’s meet. And all 5 train in different groups.
Graeme Antwhistle, who has coached Jazmin Carlin, will be joining the Swim Wales coaching staff.
Among the 2016 ASA Aquatic award winners was the 2016 Performance Athlete of the Year for Open Water, Jack Burnell.
Mel Marshall, coach of Olympic gold medalist Adam Peaty, has announced the new Head Coach of her former City of Derby Swimming Club.