Olympic medalist Michael Jamieson is inducted into the University of Bath Hall of Fame. Read about that and other swimming snippets from around the web in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
Duncan Scott was honored by Scottish Swimming, while past elite swimmers Robbie Renwick, Caitlin McClatchey and Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Daniel Gyurta, qui vient d’annoncer sa retraite, a été champion olympique 2012, à Londres, du 200 mètres brasse, huit années après avoir enlevé la médaille d’argent de la course à Athènes.
We spend hours in the pool and on land training our bodies to be the best that we can, but do we pay enough attention to the biggest influence on our performance, our mind-set.
What has Kiwi Olympian Lauren Boyle been up to since retiring? Find out in Beyond the Lane Lines.
Ryan Lochte made his way onto a $100 bill, while the Iron Lady enjoys a rare day off.
Perusing through Britain’s just-published national record progressions gives further insight into how the nation’s swimming prowess emerged.
Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson has announced his retirement.
2012 Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson ponders his future swimming career.
Rachael Solway felt that the coverage of the Rio Olympics swimming, particularly on Swim Swam, inspired her to write articles on the performances of many of her ex-teammates and other British athletes.
Get to know Scottish breaststroker Ross Murdoch, a man on a mission for Rio.
Michael Jamieson will not be in Rio to defend his silver medal from the 2012 Olympic Games, but he has backed away from the idea of retirement.
Not having had the greatest outing at last week’s British Olympic Trials, Scottish swimmer Michael Jamieson looks to possible options for his future.
University of Stirling’s Ross Murdoch will take on the likes of Andrew Willis, Michael Jamieson and Craig Benson in the men’s 200m breaststroke.
See your favorite Scottish swimming stars in the photo array provided by Scottish Swimming.