Swimmer Maana Patel sets her sights on Asian Games after fulfilling Olympic dream
Having fulfilled her dream of representing the country at the Olympics, Maana Patel aims to become the first Indian female swimmer at the Asian Games in 17 years later this year.
Summer McIntosh breaks Ariarne Titmus's 400m freestyle world record
The 16-year-old broke the previous record of 3:56.40 set by Australia's Ariarne Titmus at the Australian Championships in Adelaide
Triple Olympic champion Kaylee McKeown breaks 200m backstroke world record
McKeown finished in 2 minutes, 03.14 seconds, taking 0.21 seconds off American swimmer Regan Smith’s mark from the 2019 world championships in Gwangju, South Korea.
Global swimming federation FINA rebrands as World Aquatics
The international swimming body acknowledged that most people had no idea what FINA name stood for
On This Day in 1972: Mark Spitz clinches seven gold medals at 1972 Munich Olympics
It is a story of triumph, a story of a tall, dark, goggle-less, and most significantly of all, moustached guy, Mark Spitz who is one of the most recognizable Olympic athletes of all time.
Olympic swimmer Joseph Schooling admits cannabis use
The 27-year-old swimmer "confessed to have consumed cannabis overseas in May," the Singapore Ministry of Defense said in a statement
On This Day: Michael Phelps finishes medal-laden career at Rio Olympics
On 13 August 2016, Michael Phelps raced his last at the Rio Olympics finishing with 23 golds, 3 silvers and 2 bronze medals.
On This Day: Swimmer Joseph Schooling sets world record, wins Singapore’s first-ever gold medal
Six years back on this day, 21-year-old swimmer Joseph Schooling won Singapore's first gold medal since it joined the Olympic fold in 1948.
Commonwealth Games: Australian swim star Emma McKeon, New Zealand cyclists dazzle on Day 2
McKeon swam the anchor leg to help clinch the women's 4x100 metres relay, going level with Ian Thorpe, Susie O'Neill and Leisel Jones in the list of Australian athletes with most CWG gold medals.
Katie Ledecky and Sarah Sjostrom extend their reigns in Swimming World Championships
Ledecky led throughout the 800m as she took her tally of World Championship medals to 22, a record for a woman.
Mollie O'Callaghan becomes youngest women's 100m freestyle world champion in 30 years
At 18 years and 82 days, O'Callaghan became the youngest winner of the 100m freestyle since 1991, when Nicole Haislett of the United States won the title at 18 years and 22 days.
US swimmer Anita Alvarez may compete again at World Championships after being rescued from pool
The 25-year-old Alvarez is in the US team for the Team Free Final on Friday.
US swimmer Anita Alvarez rescued from World Championship pool after fainting
Andrea Fuentes leapt in to rescue Team USA's Alvarez, who had sunk to the bottom of the pool and was not breathing after completing her routine during Wednesday night's solo free final
Teens David Popovici and Summer McIntosh grab world swimming golds as Caeleb Dressel quits
Popovici claimed victory in one of Dressel's events, the men's 100m freestyle, and McIntosh won the women's 200m butterfly.
Mykhailo Romanchuk wins medal in pool while father fights in Ukraine
Mykhailo Romanchuk doesn't dare talk to his dad out of fear his father's location could be tracked through the call.
Local star Kristof Milak shines but Caeleb Dressel withdraws from two swimming finals
Kristof Milak, reigning Olympic champion, responded with 1min 50.34sec to shave 0.39sec off the world record he set winning the last world title in 2019.
Swimming body's ruling casts shadow on transgender athletes and their future in sport
With a ruling aimed squarely at Lia Thomas, the first transgender woman to win an NCAA national championship, world governing body FINA effectively barred athletes such as Thomas from competing in women's swimming events.
Thomas Ceccon breaks world record, veteran Katie Ledecky take glory at World Swimming Championships
Thomas Ceccon shaved a quarter of a second off the 100m backstroke world record as he won in 51.60sec.
Explained: What is FINA's new ruling on transgender swimmers
The decision came following weeks of deliberations on the topic which stemmed from US transgender swimmer Lia Thomas dominating women's collegiate events.
FINA sets up 'open category' for transgender swimmers, effectively banning them from women's events
"I do not want any athlete to be told they cannot compete at the highest level," Husain Al-Musallam, president of governing body FINA, told an extraordinary congress of his organisation.