The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, an organization that teaches essential water safety skills and how to swim, has named South African Paralympic swimmer Terence Parkin official Ambassador for the Deaf and Blind.
South African Olympic swimmer Ryk Neethling has been appointed CEO of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, an organization that teaches children essential water safety skills and how to swim.
5-time Olympian Michael Phelps can add yet another acknowledgement to his ever-growing list of career accolades.
South Africa’s Cameron van der Burgh announced plans to move to a new training base and to begin preparing for his professional life after swimming.
Aussie distance legend Grant Hackett will be providing swimming commentary for Qatar’s beIN Sports network this summer.
Americans Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky join Britan’s Adam Peaty and Brazil’s Daniel Dias among the 2016 Laureus Sports Awards nominees.
Retired South African Olympic swimmer Ryk Neethling has been selected as the latest Laureus Ambassador.
Conor Dwyer — men’s NCAA 500 free champion and USA Olympic Team member — one of many men who can boast that double accomplishment.
Cameron van der Burgh leads the 100 breaststroke field, clocking a Worlds-qualifying time in tonight’s semis, while countrymate Myles Brown makes history in the 400 free.
Upon his return home from Doha South African Chad le Clos received an overwhelming greeting by several fans…
Ten years ago the South African men stunned the world and destroyed the field in the 4x100m freestyle relay in Athens. Here is how it went down.
Among continuing financial uncertainty in Swimming South Africa, amid the loss of a major sponsor, a group of 8 young talented female swimmers have received a huge boost with the launch of the ‘Get the Girls to Gold’ programme. (Credit: Janna Schulze)
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