Allianz has been confirmed as the title sponsor for the 2018 World Para Swimming European Championships in Ireland’s capital Dublin.
Canadian club reverses decision to hire coach at centre of British Swimming "culture of fear" scandal
A swimming club in Canada has reversed its decision to hire Rob Greenwood, the coach at the centre of the welfare scandal at British Swimming, after further details emerged of the "culture of fear" he allegedly presided over during his time at the governing body.
An independent investigation launched by British Swimming into multiple claims of bullying made by Paralympic squad members has found one member of staff created a "climate of fear".
British Swimming has opted to skip the World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City which have been rescheduled due to the earthquake which hit the country.
US Paralympics has confirmed there are no changes to their original squad of 22 athletes for the rescheduled World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
A revised version of the World Para Swimming classification rules will come into effect at the start of January, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have announced.
Paris 2024 bidding team member David Smetanine is among 11 candidates standing for the World Para Swimming Athlete Advisory Group (AAG), it has been announced.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced that Kuching in Malaysia will host the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships.
Ellie Simmonds will be back in training this month and setting her sights on further glory at the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Sinéad Gordon has been appointed as event director for the 2018 World Para Swimming European Championships in Dublin, with a year to go before competition starts.
Multiple Paralympic gold medallist Daniel Dias headlines Brazil's 18-strong team for this year's World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
Italy have named two Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallists in their squad for this year's World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
A squad of 22 - including 13 Paralympians - has been unveiled to represent the United States at this year’s World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
Spain's seven-time Paralympic gold medallist Teresa Perales is the star name in her country's team for this year's World Para Swimming Championships in Mexico City.
World Para Swimming are inviting National Paralympic Committees to nominate one candidate for election to its Athlete Advisory Group (AAG) at the 2017 World Championships in Mexico City.