Olympic champion Adam Peaty is one of the first four swimmers to be selected to represent Britain at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty has thrown his support behind the construction of the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre which Birmingham 2022 chiefs believe will be completed "well in advance" of the Commonwealth Games.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty headlines Swim England’s 85-strong squad as it bids to establish a "team identity" ahead of next year’s Commonwealth Games.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty has been pre-selected for the British swimming team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, alongside Olympic medallist Duncan Scott and world relay champions James Wilby and Luke Greenbank.
Caeleb Dressel broke his own 100 metres medley world record and was crowned Most Valuable Player (MVP) of both the final and season as Cali Condors claimed the International Swimming League title.
Adam Peaty set a new world record in the 100 metres breaststroke as London Roar and Energy Standard cruised into the International Swimming League (ISL) final.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty expects "extreme" measures to be put in place to ensure Tokyo 2020 goes ahead next year and lives are not put "at risk" due to COVID-19.
London Roar have opened up a significant advantage of 97 points after the first day of the latest International Swimming League (ISL) match in Budapest.
Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty is among those to criticise the British Government for failing to include a return to indoor sporting activities in the latest relaxation of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
A good signifier of the state of British sport is the annual BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards.
The inaugural International Swimming League (ISL) comes to a climax in Las Vegas this weekend, with huge financial rewards on the line in the individual and team competitions.
The big names delivered again as the Group B teams made their second appearance, in the fourth meeting of the inaugural International Swimming League programme, over two nights at Duna Aréna, Budapest.
Britain's Olympic 100 metres breaststroke champion Adam Peaty will make his International Swimming League debut in Budapest tomorrow, in a two-day meeting that will also feature three home world champions, including Katinka Hosszú.
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