World Para Swimming has decided to put its 2020 season on hold until September due to the constantly changing landscape and the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The World Para Swimming World Series leg in Lignano has been cancelled amid rising fears about coronavirus in Italy.
Great Britain’s Suzanna Hext has confirmed she is hoping to compete in swimming at this year’s Paralympic Games in Tokyo, rather than her other sport of equestrian.
New Zealand swimming star Sophie Pascoe has been announced as an ambassador of underwear manufacturer Jockey.
Timothy Hodge won his third gold medal for hosts Australia as the World Para Swimming World Series meet in Melbourne concluded.
Australia added more medals to their tally on day two of the first World Para Swimming Series as the hosts were ever-present on the podium in Melbourne.
Australia were dominant on the opening day of the World Para Swimming Series in Melbourne, claiming top spot in six events at the the first major competition of the year.
The first World Para Swimming World Series event of the 2020 season begins in Melbourne tomorrow, with athletes from 15 different nations descending on the Australian city.
Rio 2016 Paralympic swimming bronze medallist and former world champion Amy Marren has announced her retirement aged 21.
Britain's multiple Paralympic Games and world swimming champion Ellie Simmonds has been signed up as an ambassador by swimwear brand Speedo.
Alice Tai has become the first Para-swimmer to be named Athlete of the Year at the British Swimming Awards.
World Para Swimming has confirmed the calendar for the 2020 World Series, with seven cities set to host events on the annual circuit.
Kazakhstan Para swimmer Anuar Akhmetov has been banned for nine months by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), after he tested positive for a prohibited substance.
Britain's Alice Tai claimed her seventh gold medal as eight world records tumbled on a thrilling final night at the World Para Swimming Championships in London.
Chinese teenage sensation Jiang Yuyan and Russian Roman Zhdanov excelled once again as six world records were broken at the World Para Swimming Championships in London.