After conducting an independent public consultation, as well as a series of sessions with key stakeholders, UK Sport has announced a new 3-tiered funding strategy.
To help with its delivery of the UK High Performance System Mental Health strategy, the English Institute of Sport (EIS) is looking for its first ‘Head of Mental Health’ leader.
British Swimming will see a funding boost for the 2020 Olympics after their performance in Rio.
Paralympic swimmer Sascha Kindred will have his funding reinstated after an appeal.
Two-time British Swimming Coaches Association (BSCA) Coach of the Year, Melanie Marshall, has been selected to take part in UK Sport’s exclusive World Class Coaching: Elite Program.
Swimming, para-swimming and diving all exceeded their 2014 targets and will continue to receive the same level of funding…
Earlier this week it was reported by the BBC that British Swimming will continue to adjust their budget and funding structure with the latest move effecting the intensive training centres (ITC) in both Swansea and Stirling…(Photo by David Crawford / www.stillsport.com)