Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds is named in a 32-strong GB squad for August's IPC World Swimming Championships.
Teenager Amy Marren rounds off an incredible British Disability Swimming Championships with her fourth World qualifying time.
Paralympic swimming veteran Sascha Kindred secures the qualification time for this summer's World Championships.
Ellie Simmonds qualifies for the World Championships in the 400m freestyle after missing the time required in the 100m.
Lance Armstrong withdraws from the US Masters swimming championships after an objection from Fina.
Sports minister Hugh Robertson appoints Nick Bitel as the new chair of Sport England and Rod Carr as chairman of UK Sport.
The head coach of the Australian swimming team steps down following reports of a "toxic" culture in the Olympic team.
Paralympic gold medallist Jessica-Jane Applegate will aim to compete among able-bodied swimmers in 2013.
Jazz Carlin admits she was surprised by her success at the international meeting in Leeds, in which she won three races.
The World Anti-Doping Agency takes the unusual step to warn athletes about the health risks of a banned substance.
Jazz Carlin underlines her return to form with a third victory at the international meeting in Leeds.
Michael Jamieson wins the 200m breaststroke to wrap up his return to competition at the Leeds international meeting.
Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson swims to victory in the 100m breaststroke at the international meeting in Leeds.
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor leads the way as Olympians and Paralympians return to the water at the Leeds international meet.
Britain's swimmers look to bounce back following a poor London 2012 at this weekend's international meeting in Leeds.
Members of Australia's Olympic swimming team say they used sedatives and played pranks during a "bonding" session before the Games.
Jazz Carlin says she has come back stronger after a disappointing 2012 season, in which she missed out on an Olympic place.
British Swimming cuts funding to Stockport's Intensive Training Centre but it will continue with the other four ITCs.
Paralympian Natalie Du Toit wants to make an impact with the South Africa Institute for Drug-Free Sport.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington retires at the age of 23 to focus on her campaign and mentoring work.
British Swimming reveal Rebecca Adlington's long-term coach is to head up the GB programme leading to Rio 2016.
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