December 2 - British Swimming chief executive David Sparkes has promised to introduce the changes proposed in the Performance Debrief launched after Britain's disappointing performance at London 2012, even though it found that there was not one major reason behind the failure.
November 26 - USA Synchro has appointed Julie Fabsik-Swarts as its new executive director, they have announced.
November 24 - Michael Scott has resigned as British Swimming's performance director after he refused to live in Britain, a key recommendation of a review he initiated following the failure of the team to reach its medals target at London 2012.
November 21 - Swimming Australia chief executive Kevin Neil has resigned in the wake of the team's poor showing at the London Olympics, which was tarred by reports of pranks and ill-discipline.
November 20 - The Greensboro Aquatic Centre (GAC) has been named as the host of next year's United States National Synchronised Swimming Championships.
November 17 - Olympic gold medallist Matthew Mitcham has admitted being addicted to crystal meth in the build-up to London 2012.
November 14 - David Davies, Britain's double Olympic distance swimming medallist, has confirmed his retirement from the sport after a decade of representing his nation.
November 11 - The Gold Coast will host the 2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships after a multi-million dollar upgrade plan to redevelop the city's aquatics centre was agreed.
November 6 - Chad le Clos has been voted the South African Sports Star of the Year after his brilliant performance at London 2012 where he won two medals, including gold in the 200 metres butterfly, where he beat Michael Phelps.
October 31 - Double Olympian Lizzie Simmonds has moved her training base to British Swimming's Intensive Training Centre (ITC) at the University of Bath.
October 31 - Fears Barcelona would be unable to host next year's FINA World Aquatics Championships because of the current economic crisis in Spain have eased after the world governing body held meetings with the country's Sports Minister Miguel Cardenal.
October 30 - Kazan is set to host one of the largest sports events in history in 2015 when for the first time ever the FINA World Masters Championships will be held alongside the the main event.
October 28 – FINA, the international governing body of swimming, has announced that China, Japan and South Korea will be bidding to host the 2019 World Championships.