By Duncan MackayApril 12 - Australia's swimmers have been backed by John Coates, President of the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) to put their troubles behind them and bounce back as a major force at Rio 2016.
By James CrookApril 9 - Crisis-hit Swimming Australia kick-started their recovery attempts following their disastrous London 2012 campaign as they announced the appointment of former British Head of Swimming Michael Scott as their new high performance director.
By James CrookApril 8 - Kazan's $115 million (£75 million/€90 million) Aquatics Palace, due to host events at the 2013 Summer Universiade and the 2015 FINA World Aquatics Championships, is due to open this Friday (April 12).
By Duncan MackayApril 4 - Lance Armstrong has withdrawn from a masters swimming event this weekend after the sport's world governing body FINA moved to block his participation.
By Emily GoddardApril 2 - Laszlo Szakadati has stepped down as executive director of LEN, the European governing body for aquatic sports affiliated to the International Aquatics Federation (FINA), after ten years in the position on what the organisation calls a "mutual agreement".
By James CrookMarch 26 - USA Synchro have announced their swimming team that will compete at the 2013 Universiade in the Russian city of Kazan in July this year, including eight members of the Stanford University squad that were recently crowned national champions.
By Duncan MackayMarch 21 - Swimming Australia's new chief executive is set to be Mark Anderson, replacing Kevin Neil, who resigned last November following the poor performance at London 2012.
By Duncan MackayMarch 8 - Leading Sydney barrister Bret Walker will head the Australian Olympic Committee's (AOC) investigation into drug use within the country's swimming team at London 2012, it was announced today.
By Emily GoddardMarch 7 - The International Aquatics Federation (FINA) has extended its deal with its exclusive supplier of water polo balls, Mikasa Corporation of Japan, through to 2016.
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