Daniel Dias and Louise Fiddes, the reigning men’s and women’s World Para Swimming World Series champions, will be in action from tomorrow as they participate in simultaneous World Series events in their home countries.
Promote PR has been appointed to manage marketing and communications for the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships in London.
London has stepped in as host of the World Para Swimming Championships after Malaysia were stripped of the rights to stage this year’s event.
Swimming Canada have selected 13 athletes for this summer's Parapan American Games in Lima.
Another six records were broken by swimmers from the United States today as action came to an end at the World Para Swimming World Series event in Indianapolis.
United States athletes again set the standard on day two of the World Para Swimming World Series event in Indianapolis.
American Julia Gaffney set a world record in the women’s 100 metres backstroke S7 to open the World Para Swimming World Series event in Indianapolis today.
The second event of this year's World Para Swimming World Series is set to begin in Indianapolis in the United States tomorrow.
The International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) has announced the 2020 Swimming Open Championships for Asia will be held in Hong Kong.
Hosts Australia won four gold medals to top the medal table on the final day of the World Para Swimming World Series in Melbourne.
Hosts Australia won a trio of gold medals on the second day of the World Para Swimming World Series in Melbourne.
Swimmers from six different countries shared the first eight gold medals as the 2019 World Para Swimming World Series begun in Melbourne today.
The third edition of the World Para Swimming World Series is set to begin in Melbourne tomorrow as the competition travels to Australia for the first time.
Malaysia will reportedly lose RM5 million (£932,000/$1.2 million/€1.1 million) after the country was stripped of this year's World Para Swimming Championships because of the nation's refusal to allow Israel to compete.
Canada's nine-time Paralympic swimming gold medallist Benoit Huot has announced his retirement after competing for over two decades.