November 13 - Brazilian swimmer Rebeca Gusmao (pictured), who breached doping rules three times, had her lifetime ban confirmed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) today.
November 11 - Fran Halsall (pictured) set a European record as Britain won three medals at the FINA World Cup in Stockholm tonight.
By Tom Degun at The Belfry
November 11 - Alexei Evangulov, the British diving peformce director, has hailed Tom Daley (pictured), the world champion, as having a true "gift from God" but warned that it could be wasted if the Plymouth teenager becomes too caught up in a celebrity lifestyle.
November 10 - Joe Roebuck and Lizzie Simmonds (pictured) led the way with gold as Britain won three medals on the first day of the FINA World Cup in Stockholm.
November 4 - Rebecca Adlington's mother Kay (pictured) has blamed the BBC for putting her daughter in the spotlight after they made public that they had taken no action against comedian Frankie Boyle after he had made "humiliating" comments about the double Olympic gold medallist.
November 1 - Britain's double Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington (pictured) has officially complained to the BBC for for failing to take tougher action over "outrageous" slurs made against her by comedian Frankie Boyle.
October 28 - Michael Phelps (pictured), who won a record eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, will lead the United States team announced today for the Duel in the Pool sponsored by British Gas at Manchester lat er this year.
October 24 - Zhang Lin (pictured), who last year came within inches of becoming the first Chinese male swimmer to win an Olympic gold medal, has vowed to make history at the London 2012 Games.
October 22 - Japan's four-time Olympic swimming champion Kosuke Kitajima (pictured) will return to competition next month, ending a 15-month break since last year's Beijing Games.
By Tom Degun
October 11 - Britain's David Roberts and Danielle Watts have been forced to withdraw from the IPC European Disability Championship in Reykjavik because injury.
September 30 - Australia's Jodie Henry (pictured), a triple Olympic gold medallist at the 2004 Games in Athens, has today officially announced her retirement from competitive swimming at the age of 25.