This time last year, British triathlete Georgia Taylor-Brown was preparing for a trip to Australia for warm weather training ahead
City of Manchester swimmer Chloe Golding basked in a strong start that helped her clock a personal best and earned 200m backstroke bronze at the World University Games in Naples, Italy.
Manchester swimmer Chloe Golding wants to use her underdog status to her advantage at this month’s Commonwealth Games.
INTERVIEW: ‘Zombie-like’ swimming days no more for Paralympic star Claire Cashmore as Tokyo 2020 triathlon bid takes shape
For most sportspeople, winning eight Paralympic medals and picking up an MBE along the way would be enough to call time on a successful career, but Claire Cashmore is no ordinary athlete.
James Guy came to Budapest looking to put the individual frustrations of Rio 2016 behind him but the Bury swimmer’s hopes of an individual medal in Budapest now largely rest on Monday’s 200m freestyle after disappointment in the 400m.
Defending his 200m freestyle title is top of the agenda for swimmer James Guy as he prepares for next month’s World Championships in Hungary.
Keen swimmers are being invited for one day only next month to take the plunge in Manchester’s historic Victoria Baths.
‘It’s relentless… swimming in the morning, then gym then pool!’: UK Coaching Awards high performance winner Rob Greenwood on life at the top
Manchester Para-Swimming coach Rob Greenwood insists it’s both a shock and an honour to be recognised for his work after being named High Performance Coach of the Year at the UK Coaching Awards.
Life for Keri-Anne Payne has been somewhat of a whirlwind since returning from the Rio Olympic Games, but Team GB’s self-titled head cheerleader wouldn’t change any of it for the world.
James Guy has warned his rivals at next month’s European Aquatic Championships to watch out as the reigning world champion steps up his preparations for the Rio Olympics.
‘Like being in a nightclub’: Manchester’s Dame Storey remembers ‘incredible’ Six Day London cycling event
As one of Great Britain’s most decorated Paralympians, few in sport can claim to have such a diverse background as Dame Sarah Storey after winning medals in cycling and swimming.