Peaty was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services to swimming and mental health at a ceremony in Windsor Castle earlier this week.
British Olympic diver Tom Daley created his new documentary “Illegal to Be Me” to increase LGBTQ+ visibility and subvert systemic homophobia.
Katie Ledecky is one of five aquatics athletes nominated for the Laureus World Sport Awards, a global award across all sports.
Adam Peaty was named the best male swimmer in Europe for the fourth time, while Sarah Sjostrom earned her third women’s honor.
Adam Peaty, Sarah Sjostrom, Tom Daley, Wellbrock e Sharon van Rouwendaal sono i vincitori del premio LEN nelle rispettive discipline.
The former National Coach for British Diving, Chen helped pioneer new methods and mentored diving coaches across the country.
We’re back this week with swimming’s TopTenTweets presented by Arena, where we round up the best of the swimming Twitterverse.
I vincitori delle medaglie alle Olimpiadi di Tokyo della scorsa estate sono state insignite dell’onore di MBE (membro ordine impero britannico)
January 1 saw 20 people connected to swimming & diving in the UK receive orders of chivalry as Members or Officers of the Order of the British Empire.
Ian Matos, who competed at the Rio Olympics, died December 21 as a result of a two-month battle with an infection that spread to multiple parts of his body.
Although he didn’t ultimately win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year, Olympic champion Adam Peaty finished third in the voting for the prestigious award.
La multi medaglia d’oro olimpica, Caeleb Dressel è stato nominato dalla rivista “People Magazine” olimpionico più sexy vivente.
As part of its Sexiest Man Alive issue, People Magazine named Caeleb Dressel its Sexiest Olympian, giving him another gold to add to his collection.
David Jenkins, un membro dello staff tecnico di Tokyo 2020 della squadra tuffi della Gran Bretagna è morto durante nel fine settimana
Chinese divers have now won 31 of 40 available gold medals since the synchronized events were added to the Olympic program in 2000.