China has postponed its Olympic Swimming Trials and National Championships because of the coronavirus outbreak.
France’s Marc-Antoine Olivier and Germany’s Leonie Beck celebrated victories in the opening event of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Marathon Swim World Series in Doha.
Olympic 100 metres breaststroke gold medallist Rūta Meilutytė was given a two-year ban by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) for missing three drugs tests in a 12-month period last July, it has emerged.
Gabriel Da Silva Santos has succeeded in his effort to overturn a one-year ban after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) deemed the swimmer to have shown no fault or negligence for a positive test.
Qatar’s capital Doha will serve as the curtain-raiser for the 10-event International Swimming Federation (FINA) Marathon Swim World Series.
The Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association (HKASA) says its upcoming Festival of Sport - Long Course Time Trial will go ahead as planned, but warned it may need to hold the event behind closed doors if the coronavirus outbreak is not contained in the city.
South Africa's triple world champion, Roland Schoeman, has received a one-year ban after testing positive for a prohibited substance.
China's double world champion Xu Jiayu has donated a third of his winnings from the most recent International Swimming Federation (FINA) Champions Swim Series to help coronavirus victims in his home country.
Japan's Ryosuke Irie underlined his status as a Japanese hope for home gold at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by racing to his second title at the International Swimming Federation Champions Swim Series leg in Beijing.
Home hero Sun Yang produced the goods on the opening day of the inaugural 2020 International Swimming Federation Champions Swim Series in Beijing, China, touching ahead of rival Danas Rapšys to win the men’s 200 metres freestyle.
The second and final leg of the 2020 International Swimming Federation (FINA) Champions Swim Series takes place this weekend in Beijing.
Andrei Minakov of Russia and Katinka Hosszú of Hungary won two golds each on the last day of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Champions Swim Series event in Shenzhen.
Hosts China were the dominant force on the opening day of the International Swimming Federation Champions Swim Series event in Shenzhen, winning five of the 15 gold medals up for grabs.
The opening leg of the 2020 International Swimming Federation (FINA) Champions Swim Series is set to take place in Shenzhen over the coming two days.
Chinese swimmer Sun Yang is targeting winning gold at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, despite still awaiting the result from a doping case which could cost him his career.