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.
December 27 - Double Olympic swimming gold medallist Rebecca Adlington (pictured) says she is determined to raise her game in 2010 after a slump in form following her Beijing triumphs.
December 25 - Chinese diver Guo Jingjing (pictured), the four-time Olympic gold medallist, has ended speculation that she will retire by confirming that she plans to carry on and compete in the London 2012 Games.
December 19 - Britain's Michael Rock (pictured right) today achieved a rare victory over swimming legend Michael Phelps but the United States won the 'Duel in the Pool' in Manchester.
December 17 - Rebecca Adlington (pictured) has revealed how relieved she is that the women's 800 metres freestyle has been saved - giving her the opportunity to defend her Olympic title in London in 2012.
December 15 - American swimmer Jessica Hardy (pictured) will face a court hearing next year that will determine whether or not she will be allowed compete in the 2012 London Olympics.
December 14 - Australia's three-time Olympic gold medallist Libby Trickett (pictured) has announced her retirement from swimming with immediate effect.
December 11 - Britain's Rebecca Adlington (pictured) will be able to defend her 800 metres freestyle title in 2012 after the International Olympic Committee finalised the London programme.
December 7 - Australia’s head swimming coach Alan Thompson (pictured) has taken leave pending an investigation into an allegation of "inappropriate behaviour", officials said today.
December 2 - Britain tonight claimed another 12 medals, including four gold and a world record for Sascha Kindred (pictured), on the fourth day of the IPC World Short Course Swimming Championship in Rio de Janeiro.
November 30 - Britain enjoyed another evening of success at the IPC World Short Course Championships in Rio de Janeiro after Stephanie Millward (pictured) claimed gold in the SM9 200 metres individual medley, finishing ahead of team-mate Claire Cashmore.
November 29 - Eleanor Simmonds (pictured) tonight claimed the gold medal in the 400 metres freestyle at the IPC World Short Course Championships in Rio de Janiero as Britain won one gold and two bronze medals.