The final conference programme has been released for the 2018 International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Convention, which is scheduled to take place in Hangzhou in China from December 8 to 10.
Sweden's Sarah Sjöström and Russia's Vladimir Morozov won three races between them today to finish as the overall winners of the 2018 International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup season.
Russia's Vladimir Morozov won the men's 100 metre freestyle final at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup event in Singapore today, becoming only the second man in history to swim sub-45 seconds.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty has criticised "politics" for the cancellation of a competition in Turin linked to the International Swimming League (ISL), while the International Swimming Federation (FINA) have defended their decision not to sanction the event.
The battle at the top of the women’s overall standings in the Swimming World Cup intensified on the first day of the seventh and final event of the series in Singapore as points leader Sarah Sjöström inflicted the first 100 metres individual medley defeat on rival Katinka Hosszú. since 2014.
As Singapore prepares to host the seventh and last meeting of this year’s International Swimming Federation’s (FINA) World Cup programme, some of the world’s leading competitors are readying themselves for a final effort.
China's Xu Jiayu clocked a world record time in the men's 100 metres backstroke as the penultimate leg of the International Swimming Federation World Cup circuit came to its end in Tokyo.
Triple Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu won the 400 metres individual medley as Vladimir Morozov added another gold to his tally at the penultimate leg of the International Swimming Federation World Cup series in Tokyo.
Wellbrock and Bridi win on the day in Abu Dhabi as Weertman and Cunha claim overall FINA Marathon Swim World Series titles
Florian Wellbrock of Germany and Arianna Bridi of Italy were the winners of the eighth and final leg of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Marathon Swim World Series in Abu Dhabi.
Vladimir Morozov excelled on the first day of the International Swimming Federation World Cup in Tokyo as he won two golds, equalling a world record and setting a World Cup record in the process.
Open water swimmers and high divers have jointly reflected on a two-day International Swimming Federation (FINA) event due to start in Abu Dhabi tomorrow.
Sarah Sjostrom, who tops the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup rankings, is expecting to go even faster than she did in Beijing earlier this month when she races in the next leg that starts in Tokyo tomorrow.
Several world and Olympic champions face the threat of possible one or two year bans from the International Swimming Federation (FINA) should they participate in the upcoming Energy for Swim event in Turin.
Italy's two-time world swimming champion Filippo Magnini has been given a four-year doping ban after he was found guilty of using or attempted to use prohibited substances.
More gold for Hosszu and Morozov as Beijing's Swimming World Cup ends in Water Cube that will soon be an Ice Cube
Hungary's three-time Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu and men's ranking leader Vladimir Morozov of Russia finished with four golds as the Swimming World Cup in Beijing came to a close at the Water Cube, the 2008 Summer Olympics aquatics venue that will soon become the Ice Cube to host curling events at the Beijing 2022 Winter Games.