September 9 - British Swimming today added to the coaching structure of its network of Intensive Training Centres (ITC) with the appointment of Graham Bassi (pictured) as senior coach at Swansea.
September 6 - Australia's Matthew Mitcham (pictured), the Olympic 10 metre platform diving champion, has revealed that he hopes to unveil a series of new dives in the run-up to London 2012 to help him see off the emerging challenge of Britain's Tom Daley.
September 5 - Northern Ireland is to get its first Olympic-sized swimming pool, it has been confirmed by the country's Sports Minister Nelson McCausland after an anxious two-year wait over whether it would receive funding.
July 2 - Prince William (pictured) is to lend his support to British water polo as its prepare for the London 2012 Olympics by attending next week's LEN European Nations Trophy in Manchester.
August 24 - A new £46.5 million Life Centre in Central Park, Plymouth has been approved by the city’s planning committee in time for London 2012 after Sport England withdrew its opposition to the scheme.
June 16 - Britain's male water polo team will no longer train together for the London 2012 Olympics because of funding cuts and British Swimming has decided to concentrate on the women's squad.
JULY 15 - CHARLOTTE O'NEILL (pictured), a former England netball international, has been appointed as the London 2012 competition manager for Olympic aquatics and Paralympic swimming.
May 11 - Double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington (pictured) has visited the London 2012 Aquatics Centre, along with the rest of the British swimming team.
August 15 - Katy Whitfield today upstaged Britain's newly-crowned world 10 kilometre open champion Keri-Anne Payne to win the British Gas Great London Swim.
July 22 - Stockport's Keri-Anne Payne (pictured) claimed Britain's second gold medal of the World Championships when she won the 10km open water race in Rome today.
July 22 - Speedo, the swimwear firm which helped Rebecca Adlington achieve two gold medals at last year's Olympics, is to move to a new £10 million headquarters in Nottingham, they have announced.
July 21 - Britain claimed four gold medals on the second day of competition at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Tampere today.