February 22 - Olympic diver Blake Aldridge (pictured), who partnered Tom Daley in Beijing, has been arrested on suspicion of shoplifting and attacking a supermarket security guard.
By Duncan Mackay
February 18 - Michael Phelps (pictured), the most successful athlete in Olympic history, has clinched his first new multi-million dollar endorsement deal since the British tabloid News of the World photographed him taking drugs more than a year ago.
February 9 - World Championship silver medallist Fran Halsall (pictured) will go up against her Rome conqueror Britta Steffen as the teams were announced for Great Britain's head to head against Germany in Swansea later this month.
February 7 - Tom Daley today suffered a surprise defeat in his first competition since winning the world title last year when he was beaten into second place by Pete Waterfield (pictured) in the 10 metre platform at the British Gas National Cup in Sheffield.
By Duncan Mackay
February 7 - Tom Daley's return to diving for the first time since he lifted the world title in Rome last summer has been overshadowed by the news that his father Robert is again suffering from brain cancer.
January 30 - Swimming Australia has made the country's head coach Alan Thompson (pictured), once a target to become Britain's national performance director, redundant less than three years before the London 2012 Olympics.
January 23 - A British team featuring the likes of double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington and world champion Liam Tancock (pictured) will face top international competition when they take on Germany next month in Swansea.
January 19 - Japan's multi gold medalist Kosuke Kitajima (pictured) has signaled his intent to swim at the 2012 London Olympics, describing the Games as his "last target".
January 17 - Bill Sweetenham (pictured), British Swimming's former performance director, has been helping Wales' rugby union team prepare for the Six Nations, it has been revealed.
By Tom Degun
January 11 – Swimmer James Gibson (pictured), the former world, Commonwealth and European champion, has revealed how the chance of competing at the London 2012 Olympic Games is the motivation for his recovery from a serious back operation.
January 9 - Australian Mark Regan (pictured) has been selected as the new head coach for Swimming New Zealand to prepare for the team for London 2012 after Olympic successes with Australia and Denmark.
December 31 - Mavis Bent (pictured), who has been involved in swimming and water polo for 28 years, has received an OBE in the Queen's New Year Honours, announced today.