Italian swimmer Federica Pellegrini has raised €66,000 (£58,000/$72,000) for a hospital in Bergamo treating COVID-19 patients through her live auction.
The Mare Nostrum swimming series, scheduled for June, has been cancelled due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.
Olympic silver medallist Pieter Timmers has announced he will retire before the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in 2021.
Italian swimming star Federica Pellegrini will open an online auction of memorabilia to raise funds for the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
International Swimming League (ISL) has announced a solidarity programme to fund athletes and plans to organise a “radical swimming event” in October and November.
Retired South African swimming star Cameron van der Burgh has revealed he has struggled with COVID-19 for the past two weeks.
Banned swimmer Roland Schoeman could be thrown a lifeline in his bid to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after the South African National Swimming Championships were called off due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
International Swimming Federation have approved a rule for underwater video judging equipment to be used at Tokyo 2020.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) have rearranged events following the first meeting of the newly-created taskforce due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Sun Yang’s lawyer has confirmed the swimmer will lodge an appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal, following the decision to ban the swimmer for eight years last week.
Japan's Olympic swimming qualifier could be held behind closed doors because of the coronavirus outbreak, according to a senior official at the country's national body.
The World Para Swimming World Series leg in Lignano has been cancelled amid rising fears about coronavirus in Italy.
China has postponed its Olympic Swimming Trials and National Championships because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Timothy Hodge won his third gold medal for hosts Australia as the World Para Swimming World Series meet in Melbourne concluded.
Gabriel Da Silva Santos has succeeded in his effort to overturn a one-year ban after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) deemed the swimmer to have shown no fault or negligence for a positive test.