Copenhagen will play host to the 2017 European Short Course Championships in the state-of-the-art new Royal Arena, the European Swimming League (LEN) Executive has announced.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) have announced that day one of the World Cup event in Singapore today has been cancelled as a result of poor air quality in the south-Asian nation.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Singapore faces the threat of cancellation should the air quality worsen ahead of the start of tomorrow’s event.
Paralympic swimmers Theresa Goh and Yip Pin Xiu took part in a swimathon with 11 members of staff from BP to mark a partnership between the Singapore National Paralympic Committee and the firm.
Four-time International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Championship medallist Amy Marren and three-time Paralympic gold medallist Matt Walker are high-profile omissions from British Para-swimming’s Podium and Podium Potential programmes.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu continued her stunning form at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Hong Kong as she secured another three victories to extend her lead in the overall standings of the eight-leg circuit.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming have begun the search for a new vice-chairperson of its Sport Technical Committee following the resignation of Australian Glenn Tasker.
Meron Teshome Hagos claimed cycling gold for Eritrea as the All-Africa Games continued in Brazzaville today.
United States' Tom Shields upset South African world champion Chad le Clos in the men’s 100 metres butterfly to top the bill on the second day of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Moscow.
Hungarian star Katinka Hosszu was a double winner on the opening day of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Moscow after competing in seven events.
Brazil’s Thiago Pereira became the most successful athlete in the history of Pan American Games swimming here today, winning his 20th and 21st all-time medals to move above compatriot Gustavo Borges in the all-time stakes,
Russian domination of the European Games swimming was maintained in the grand style here tonight as their athletes won five of the seven golds on offer, with Daniil Pakhomov twice breaking the world junior record in the men’s 100 metres butterfly.
Russia reached the 50 gold medal mark at the Baku 2015 European Games after their swimmers claimed half of the eight gold medals on offer here tonight.
Russia may be the big battalion in the European Games swimming, but Britain ruled the pool on the first day of competition as they won three of the seven golds on offer thanks to Abbie Wood in the opening women’s 4x100 metres individual medley, Holly Hibbott in the 800m freestyle and the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay team.
Swimming and gymnastics vault ahead as rate of increase slows in IOC revenue distributions to summer sports
Swimming and gymnastics are the biggest winners and modern pentathlon the biggest loser in the new revenue distribution framework finalised by members of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) here this week.