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Alison Crompton, of Andover Road, celebrated after receiving her award at this year's Kellogg's ASA Swimtastic Awards, in which she took home third prize for her swimming achievements in the Parent of the Year category.
As a South African rescue diver probed the wreckage of an overturned tugboat in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Nigeria this summer, it was assumed that all he'd be doing would be recovering the bodies of those who perished.
Gabrielle Fa'amausili's success at a young age has set her apart, while Jack Salt has earned a place with the Tall Blacks.
The town of 30,000 about 45 minutes outside of Oklahoma City will soon be home to the only two colleges in the entire state offering varsity collegiate swimming and diving.
Lauren McCullough will celebrate her 21st birthday this month in style -- with a pink shot glass she bought to help usher her into adulthood.
A Turkish court has ruled that swimming goggles and other protective equipment used by protesters during this year's mass street demonstrations were "weapons".
By David Rieder On a brisk Friday afternoon in early April, Baltimore, Maryland, was decked out in orange, and the city was buzzing.
In what is a running Olympic tradition, Pride House Toronto has come forward to host a welcoming space for LGBT athletes during the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, this February.
OTTAWA, Ontario, Canada, December 2. SWIMMING Canada handed out its annual awards recognizing the best in Canadian swimming throughout the past week.
DISABLED users of Trinity pool will be benefiting from a new set of specially designed A 700 chairs to make the facility more accessible.
THE training base of Wiltshire swimmer Jazz Carlin is to close at the end of the year - but the former Wootton Bassett School pupil intends to continue training there in the lead-up to next year's Commonwealth Games.
Despite the losses of some key swimmers to graduation the Kinnelon boys and girls should both have strong seasons this winter.
Maybe the best part of having a fitness fanatic on your holiday shopping list is that you likely won't be stumped when creating your gift list.
Rachel DeMore is diving into action to help raise awareness and funds to support individuals with multiple sclerosis by participating in an exciting fundraiser known as Swim for MS.
Based on a mix of positive tests, personal admissions as well as doping admissions from their coaches, Swimming World Magazine has stripped Kornelia Ender, Ulrike Tauber, Petra Schneider, Ute Geweniger and Kristin Otto of their World Swimmer of the Year awards from the 1970s and '80s.