Organisers have today confirmed a star-studded line-up for the 20th edition of the biennial European Short Course Swimming Championships, due to get underway in Glasgow tomorrow.
London Roar and Energy Standard booked their places in the inaugural International Swimming League Final in Las Vegas after confirming their status at the top two European teams in London.
Australia’s Minna Atherton impressed on the opening night of the International Swimming League (ISL) match in London, but hosts London Roar trail Energy Standard at the halfway mark.
The London Roar and Energy Standard will put their unbeaten records on the line when they meet each other for the first time at the International Swimming League (ISL) match in London this weekend.
One of the testers at the centre of the case involving three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang has reportedly claimed he is a construction worker and not a professional doping control assistant.
Japanese swimmer Takeharu Fujimori has been given a four-month suspension by the Japanese Anti-Doping Authority (JADA) after testing positive for a banned substance.
Béryl Gastaldello and Tom Shields were influential in the meet-closing skins races as LA Current leapfrogged Cali Condors to win the International Swimming League's American derby match at College Park in Maryland.
American Caeleb Dressel starred for the Cali Condors to give them a narrow lead at the International Swimming League's (ISL) United States derby match in Maryland.
The International Swimming League (ISL) will return at College Park in Maryland as four American-based teams target a place in the final match in Las Vegas in December.
Three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang blamed a lack of credentials possessed by doping control officers for the row which led to a security guard smashing a blood vial with a hammer, as translation problems marred his testimony here today.
Three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang is facing a ban of up to eight years if the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) can prove its case during a public Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) hearing here tomorrow.
Russian Vladimir Morozov and Cate Campbell of Australia wrapped up the overall men's and women's titles, respectively, on the final day of the Swimming World Cup season in Doha.
Russian Vladimir Morozov secured another victory as Mykhailo Romanchuk of Ukraine broke the International Swimming Federation World Cup record in the 1,500 metres freestyle on the second night of action in Doha.
Day one of the FINA Swimming World Cup in Doha didn't fail to disappoint, with Russia's Vladimir Morozov the headline act once more.
The final leg of the International Swimming Federation World Cup starts tomorrow in Doha, with plenty of questions still to be answered.