Steven Tigg from the University of Stirling will replace Mel Marshall, who was the head coach for the first 2 seasons of the ISL.
Olympian Duncan Scott of Great Britain had the day off in Budapest, sitting out of the 100m free and mixed 800m free relay.
Matteo Giunta returns as the head coach of Aqua Centurions for the 2nd season of the ISL, set to get underway on October 16th in Budapest, Hungary. (Abo
British freestyle ace is leaving his longtime home of Perth City and instead heads to the University of Stirling under Steven Tigg.
The University of Stirling has gained another member of its stacked stable, as English freestyler Cameron Kurle is making a move.
Mel Marshall is best-known for guiding the career of Adam Peaty, but she also coaches breakout backstroker Luke Greenbank and breaststroker Sarah Vasey.
Former Florida Gator Mark Szaranek took the 200m IM tonight in Edinburgh to wrap up a successful Scottish Short Course Open Championships.
On the heels of having been announced as one of the members of Great Britain’s 2019 World University Games squad, Mark Szaranek has joined the University of Stirling talent hotbed.
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
Duncan Scott’s coach at the University of Stirling, Steven Tigg, is SwimSwam’s British Coach of the Year.
Hear was 21-year-old Duncan Scott has to say about beating out Adam Peaty and Ben Proud to earn British Swimming’s Swimmer of the Year.
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.
The most decorated Scottish athlete at a single Commonwealth Games, Duncan Scott, has just been named the 2018 Scottish Sportsperson of the Year.
Two-time silver medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games, Duncan Scott, has been honored with Team Scotland’s ‘Male Athlete of the Year Award’.
After seeing her longtime National Senior Squad of the London Aquatics Centre Performance Programme (LACPP) abruptly cut, Olympian Aimee Willmott has found a new training home at the University of Stirling.