Aquatics

Hungarian Hosszu dominates in Doha with world record at FINA Swimming World Cup

By Gary Anderson

Katinka Hosszu set a world record and claimed four gold medals at the FINA World Cup in Doha ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesHungary's Katinka Hosszu was in dominant form in Doha at the opening International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup of the season, claiming four titles as well as breaking her own world record in the women's 200 metres individual medley.

Serbia defend Men's Water Polo World Cup crown with penalty shootout win

By Zjan Shirinian

Serbia, pictured here winning the European title last month, are now World Cup champions ©AFP/Getty ImagesSerbia's men have won a tense penalty shootout against Hungary to retain their Water Polo World Cup crown.

Glasgow to host 2018 European Aquatics Championships

By Emily Goddard

Glasgow will host the 2018 European Aquatics Championships ©Getty ImagesScotland will stage the European Aquatics Championships for the very first time in 2018 after Glasgow was awarded the hosting rights for the competition today.

United States win second successive Women's Water Polo World Cup

By Zjan Shirinian

The United States have added a second successive World Cup title to their London 2012 Olympic gold ©Getty ImagesUnited States' women have successfully defended their Water Polo World Cup title with victory over Australia.

Ledecky breaks 400m freestyle world record to win gold at National Championships

By Emily Goddard

Katie Ledecky has broken the 400 metres freestyle world record ©Getty ImagesOlympic and world champion swimmer Katie Ledecky has broken the 400 metres freestyle world record to take gold in the event at the United States National Championships.

Colombian world champion dominates at inaugural High Diving World Cup

By Nick Butler

Orlando Duque of Colombia en route to winning the inaugural title at the FINA High Diving World Cup ©Kazan 2015Colombian star Orlando Duque finished on top at the inaugural International Swimming Federation (FINA) High Diving World Cup in Kazan to reinforce his status as the greatest athlete in the sport.

Behaviour at Glasgow 2014 praised by Swimming Australia President

By Gary Anderson

Swimming Australia President John Bertrand says the behaviour of the team's swimmers at Glasgow 2014 was a credit to the sport ©Getty ImagesSwimming Australia President John Bertrand has praised the behaviour of the country's team at Glasgow 2014 citing the changes put in place after a controversial London 2012 Olympic campaign as a major factor in the team's success at the Commonwealth Games.

First High Diving World Cup to showcase Kazan ahead of World Aquatics Championships

By Nick Butler

Reigning world champion Orlando Duque will be among those competing in Kazan ©Getty ImagesA major step on the road to the Kazan 2015 World Aquatics Championships will take place from tomorrow with the start of the inaugural International Swimming Federation (FINA) High Diving World Cup in the Russian city. 

European Short Course Swimming Championships moved to December 2015

By Zjan Shirinian

It will be almost two years after the 2013 edition in Herning when swimmers gather in Netanya for the 2015 European Short Course Swimming Championships ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe European Short Course Swimming Championships in Israel have been moved from January to December 2015 after a vote.
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