Latest swimming news
9:00 AM South Korea's four-time Olympic swimming medallist Park Tae-hwan has failed a dope test.
Matt Burgess Anne Bihancov made what every budding sporting superstar has to, that difficult choice between training and winning medals, or hitting the books and studying.
Melanie Kembrey While most were downing Christmas puds and clinking champagne glasses on New Years Eve, a dedicated few had no time to relax.
Jim Morton Australia's most successful swimmer of 2013 and 2014 doubts 2015 will be her year as well.
Commonwealth Games star Cate Campbell continues to scoop the pool, winning the major gongs at Swimming Australia's annual awards.
Gracia Mbale Canberra's Luke Hinchcliffe almost drowned as a child, so he became a swimmer.
Phil Lutton Australian swimmers could be moved to hushed corners of the Rio Olympic Village and armed with eye masks, ear plugs and blackout curtains as controversial moves to push back the timing of finals forge ahead for the 2016 Games.
The President of the Australian Olympic Committee John Coates says it's time to accept late night swimming finals in Rio and get on with the job.
Olympian Grant Hackett is back in solid training on the Gold Coast with the aim of competing in next year's national swimming championships.
Emily Seebohm has set a new Commonwealth and Australian 200-metre backstroke record but was still pipped to the line by Hungary's "The Iron Lady" at the World Short Course Swimming Championships.
Karolos Grohmann The International Olympic Committee has defended Rio de Janeiro Olympics organisers' plans to have late night swimming finals at the 2016 Games, saying on Friday the competition times had to suit a global audience.
Olympian Mitch Larkin has claimed Australia's first gold medal at the world short-course swimming championships in Doha.
Hungary's Katinka Hosszu broke the women's 100 metres backstroke world record at the world short-course swimming championships in Doha.
Australia have picked up a freestyle relay bronze medal on the opening night of the world short course swimming championships in Doha.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) will review the reasons behind the three-month ban handed to Chinese Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang and decide whether to appeal the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Unhappy with James Magnussen's new training program, Swimming Australia say they'll continue to fund it but want a say in how the money is spent.
Emma McKeon has grabbed a fifth gold medal at the short course swimming championships, while Mitch Larkin and Jordan Harrison also won gold.