Travis Mahoney and Tristan Hollard, both Australian Olympians, have revealed they will be retiring from the sport of swimming.
On the penultimate night of competition at the 2022 South African Championships, 30-year-old Brad Tandy announced his decision to retire from swimming.
Olympic gold medalist Calum Jarvis of Great Britain has revealed his retirement plans, which include one last Commonwealth Games hurrah.
Australian two-time Olympian James Roberts has announced his decision to retire from competitive swimming at the age of 30.
Italian Olympic icon Federica Pelligrini decided to hang up her goggles towards the end of 2021. Review who else retired throughout the year in our roundup.
31-year-old Olympian Georgia Davies of Great Britain has officially announced her decision to retire from competitive swimming.
Multi-Olympic finalist and racing mainstay Hannah Miley of Great Britain has decided to hang up her goggles at the age of 32.
Men’s 400m IM Olympic champion from 2016, Kosuke Hagino, has decided to hang up his goggles and retire from competitive swimming.
“I can say it calmly and with a smile: that was it, thank you,” said 35-year-old Laszlo Cseh of Hungary upon announcing his retirement.
Sakiko Shimizu of Japan has revealed her decision to retire from competitive swimming at the age of 29. She finaled in the 400m IM in Rio.
Japan’s Akihiro Yamaguchi, the one-time World Record holder in the men’s 200m breast, has announced his formal retirement at the age of 26.
Finnerty explains that staying in swimming an extra year for the 2020-21 season was a challenge in itself, as he had been ready to move on
Says 2-time Olympian David McKeon, “This isn’t a goodbye to swimming by any means, this is just the start of a new chapter in my journey!”
Olympic silver medalist from Rio Pieter Timmers of Belgium says goodbye to competitive racing , hanging up his goggles from Budapest today.
Danish Olympian Mie Nielsen has announced her retirement from competitive swimming, hanging up her goggles at the age of 24.