A former world record holder who made history by becoming the first swimmer to win Olympic gold in butterfly has died.
Six-time Asian Games gold medallist Rikako Ikee has returned to competitive swimming after recovering from leukemia earlier this year.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) announced the calendar for the 2021 Swimming World Cup.
Three of India's leading swimmers, who aim to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, will fly out to Dubai in September for two months of training.
China’s Zhou Jihong will reportedly seek to become International Swimming Federation (FINA) first vice-president when the world governing body holds elections in 2021.
Spanish swimmer Ramiro Tossone has died at the age of 19 after a breath holding exercise in Malaga.
Olympic champion Joseph Schooling and team mate Quah Zheng Wen have been permitted to delay their national service in Singapore, which will allow the swimmers to compete at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee has announced that she will return to competition later this month after recovering from leukemia earlier this year.
Kazakhstan’s Vitaliy Khudyakov has completed a 56-kilometre swim to coincide with the year countdown to his competition at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Sun Yang's lawyers have filed two appeals with the Swiss Federal Tribunal as the Chinese swimmer seeks to overturn an eight-year doping ban.
Five-time Olympic swimming champion Katie Ledecky says athletes are "ready to adjust" to a scaled-down Games in Tokyo next year.
Alexey Vlasenko has confirmed his intention to stand for re-election for the Presidency of the Russian Synchronised Swimming Federation, the Russian Diving Federation and the Russian Water Polo Federation.
Tokyo 2020 and the International Swimming Federation (FINA) are set to alter the marathon swimming course for the postponed Olympic Games in the Japanese capital.
An open letter, released on behalf of six victims, has called on USA Swimming to "dismantle" a culture of sexual abuse within the organisation.
Olympic swimming champion Kyle Chalmers has claimed that he cannot trust half of his opponents as "a lot of doping"occurs in the sport.