Paralympic swimming champion Josef Craig of Great Britain has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of just 21.
USA Swimming have announced three-time Paralympic champion Rebecca Meyers as the 2018 Athlete of the Year in Para-swimming.
Britain's London 2012 Paralympic 100 metres backstroke champion, Jonathan Fox has announced his retirement from the sport following reclassification and health issues.
The 2019 World Para Swimming Series will feature events in eight countries across four continents, making it "the largest to date", World Para Swimming (WPS) have announced.
Global swimwear brand Speedo has agreed a partnership deal with Team UK for the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney in Australia, it has been announced.
Paralympic gold medallist Brendan Burkett has been appointed Paralympic head coach at Swimming Australia.
Three-time Paralympic gold medallist Cameron Leslie has been appointed as New Zealand’s national Para swimming development coordinator.
Ukraine dominated once again on the final night of the World Para Swimming European Championships in Dublin with five gold medals - although the only world record of the night came from Italy, who finished up with four titles in the session.
Liesette Bruinsma of The Netherlands produced her third world record at the European Para Swimming Championships as the sixth day of competition in Dublin’s Natonal Aquatics Centre produced five new world marks.
Liesette Bruinsma of The Netherlands set her second world record at the European Para Swimming Championships in Dublin as she won the women’s 200 metres individual medley SM11 event today.
Ukraine dominated the podium on the fourth day of competition at the European Para Swimming Championships in Dublin, claiming six of the 19 golds on offer in the Irish capital's National Aquatics Centre.
Britain's Maisie Summers-Newton set her second world record at the European Para Swimming Championships in Dublin today as she clocked 1min 33.63sec for the women's 100 metres breaststroke SB6 final.
Maisie Summers-Newton of Britain clocked a world record time on her way to clinching the gold medal in the women's individual medley SM6 race at the European Para Swimming Championships in Dublin.
Francesco Bocciardo was among Para-swimmers to break world records on day one of the European Championships in Dublin's National Aquatic Centre.
Hosts Australia secured their place at the top of the medal standings as action concluded today at the Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships in Cairns.