A first edition of a new swimming event seeking to become the sport's version of football's Champions League is due to take place later this year.
Four-time Olympic champion Janet Evans is set to secure a place on the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Bureau after USA Swimming nominated her a role on the ruling body.
Brazilian prosecutors are free to re-open criminal charges against swimmer Ryan Lochte for falsely reporting a crime, after a decision to dismiss the case last year was overturned.
Australia's Ethan Owens and Phoebe Hines won the respective men's and women's 10 kilometres open water events on the final day of the Oceania Swimming Championships in Port Moresby.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Irena Szewińska, Poland's most decorated Olympian in history, has died at the age of 72.
New Zealand have dominated on the penultimate day of the Oceania Swimming Championships in Papua New Guinea, winning eight of the 13 finals contested.
Athletes have arrived in Papua New Guinea for the Oceania Swimming Championships beginning tomorrow in capital Port Moresby.
Germany's Florian Wellbrock touched home first today to win the fourth leg of the FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series 2018 in Balatonfüred.
The "strongest field ever gathered" for an International Swimming Federation (FINA) Marathon Swim World Series leg will compete in Balatonfüred tomorrow with Olympic and world champions vying for top honours.
An open letter has been sent to all 209 members of the International Swimming Association (FINA) warning them not to cooperate with a mysterious rival league attempting to sign up top athletes.
Kristof Rasovsky and Haley Anderson took respective men's and women's gold in the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Marathon Swim World Series event in Setubal in Portugal.
Arianna Bridi of Italy will look to continue her International Swimming Federation (FINA) Marathon World Cup success when action resumes in Setúbal in Portugal tomorrow.
Quadruple swimming world champion Filippo Magnini is reportedly facing an eight-year doping ban, according to reports in Italy.
International Swimming Federation (FINA) Executive member Tamás Gyárfás, accused of ordering the murder of a business rival in 1998, was in attendance as the European Swimming League (LEN) held its Congress in Budapest.
Two-time backstroke swimming world champion Junya Koga has been removed from the Japanese squad for the Asian Games after failing a drugs test, it has been confirmed today.