Hungary's Katinka Hosszu produced one of the great Olympic swimming performances to shatter a four-year-old world record by over two seconds in the 400 metres individual medley final here this evening.
The US record of five consecutive wins in the men’s 400m individual medley is under extreme pressure from the Japanese pair of Kosuke Hagino and Daiya Seto as the Rio 2016 swimming programme gets underway tomorrow.
Australian swimming coach Forbes Carlile has died at the age of 95.
Nikita Lobintsev and Vladimir Morozov are expected to be cleared by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) to compete at the Olympic Games as the ban on Russians barred from taking part at Rio 2016 because of their links to the McLaren Report begins to crack.
Controversial swimming coach Scott Volkers will be part of the Brazilian national team’s pre-Olympic training camp despite being barred from Rio 2016.
Italy’s Martina Grimaldi claimed the gold medal in the women’s 25 kilometres event on the final day of action at the European Open Water Swimming Championships in Hoorn.
Italy’s Rachele Bruni, Simone Ruffini, and Federico Vanelli combined to claim the five-kilometres team event title at the European Open Water Swimming Championships in Hoorn today.
Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko has criticised the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) after the International Swimming Federation (FINA) formally dropped doping charges against Yulia Efimova, the country's top female swimmer.
Danielle Huskisson of Britain earned the biggest international honours of her career as she clinched gold in the five kilometres race at the European Open Water Swimming Championships in Hoorn today.
France’s Aurelie Muller and Italy’s Rachele Bruni shared gold on the first day of the European Open Water Swimming Championships after touching home in the same time in Hoorn.
Russia's two-time European medallist Vitalina Simonova has been handed a four-year ban by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) following a positive test for testosterone.
Sharon van Rouwendaal has claimed the European Open Water Swimming Championships will offer a “good chance” to swim against Olympic rivals on the eve of the event getting underway in Hoorn tomorrow.
South Korean swimmer Park Tae-hwan looks set to compete at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld his appeal against a controversial Korean Olympic Committee (KOC) ruling.
Jordan Wilimovsky became the first American swimmer to qualify for the Olympic Games in both the pool and open water swimming after securing a place in the men’s 1500 metres freestyle at Rio 2016.
Park receives boost in pursuit of Rio 2016 place as local court rules he should be eligible to compete at Olympics
Park Tae-hwan’s ongoing battle to represent South Korea at the Rio 2016 has received a boost after a local court ruled he should be eligible to compete at the upcoming Olympic Games.