June 24 - A number of senior figures in Australia, including Gold Coast Mayor Ron Clarke and President of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Olympic Council Robin Poke, have reacted angrily as one of the country's greatest ever swimmers Mike Wenden faces eviction from the pool in the Gold Coast he has managed for 34 years.
June 22 - Double Beijing 2008 Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington (pictured) is set to lead a 40-strong group of British swimmers at the FINA World Championships in Shanghai next month, the biggest event in the sport outside of the Olympic Games.
June 15 - Double Olympic medallist David Davies has been forced to withdraw from Britain's swimming team for the World Championships in Shanghai next month due to fatigue.
June 11 - Tom Daley, competing for the first time since the death of his father Robert, finished fifth in the three-metre springboard event at the National Diving Championships in Leeds today.
June 7 - New FIFA vice-president Prince Ali of Jordan promised today that he will try to find a solution to the row which has seen the chances of Iran's women's Olympic football team competing at London 2012 because of their refusal to stop wearing their Islamic headscarf.
June 7 - Chuck Wielgus, the executive director of USA Swimming, has been named as the winner of this year's Great Comebacks National Award following his diagnosis of Stage III colorectal cancer and ostomy surgery in 2006.
June 6 - British diving star Tom Daley has been given his first car, a Mini from Team GB and London Olympic Games sponsor BMW, and the teenage ace cannot wait to get behind the wheel of his new motor.
June 4 - British Swimming has selected 16 youngsters for its Aspiring World Performers Programme (AWPP), hoping to enhance the potential of athletes competing at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and beyond.
May 19 - A group of 27 swimmers from the British Swimming Development Programme will travel to Serbia for the European Junior Championships, the first major competition with Mark Perry (pictured) at the helm following his appointment as development coach.
May 13 - Britain's women will compete in the 2011 FINA World League in Barcelona against Hungary, Greece and Spain this weekend as they look to win a spot among the world's water polo elite.
May 8 - Keri-Anne Payne clinched victory at the LEN Open Water Cup in Eilat as she swam to glory in her first 10 kilometres race of the season.
April 27 - The ASA, the National Governing Body for Swimming, is seeking a new head of marketing and communications to provide the lead for the organisation's marketing and communications activity.