London Roar lead LA Current by 65.5 points at the halfway stage of the fifth match of the 2020 International Swimming League (ISL) in Budapest.
Swimming Australia has been forced to find a new chief executive less than a year before the start of the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games after Leigh Russell announced she is stepping down from the role.
The International Swimming League (ISL) says it is confident of finding a solution after content agency LiveWire Sport threatened the organisation with legal action over alleged unpaid debts.
Cali Condors built on their overnight lead to record a resounding victory in the fourth match of the International Swimming League (ISL) season in Budapest.
Four-time Asian Games swimming champion Cho Oh-ryun has been voted into South Korea's Sports Hall of Fame.
Cali Condors have soared into a commanding lead in the fourth match of the International Swimming League (ISL) season, with double Olympic champion Caeleb Dressel leading the way.
Los Angeles Current won the third match of the International Swimming League (ISL) season and have moved top of the overall standings, thanks in no small part to Béryl Gastaldello.
Los Angeles Current lead Tokyo Frog Kings by 14 points at the halfway stage of the third match of the 2020 International Swimming League (ISL) in Budapest.
Interim general manager Dylan Kent says Toronto Titans have recruited "pretty aggressively" as they look to "surprise people" at this season’s International Swimming League (ISL) in Budapest.
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.
Olympic swimming silver medallist and performance psychology coach Markus Rogan has reportedly broken the law by leaving Israel despite testing positive for coronavirus.
A key training camp for Italian swimmers has been suspended after 10 more athletes tested positive for coronavirus.
Grant Robins believes the one-year delay of the Olympic Games can benefit England’s hopes of swimming success at Birmingham 2022.
London Roar continued their impressive start to this season’s International Swimming League (ISL) by winning their first match of the season by 217 points.
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.