Olympic silver medallist Siobhan-Marie O'Connor feared she would be forced to quit swimming after being in hospital with her colitis condition. The Briton, 23, was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis shortly
Exclusive: Siobhan-Marie O'Connor on living with ulcerative colitis - 'There were times I wasn’t sure if I could swim again'
Siobhan-Marie O’Connor will on Sunday try to add to her 24 major international championship medals, but just her appearance on the startline at the world swimming championships in Gwangju already represents
GWANGJU, South Korea (AP) — Nothing like a long-simmering feud to get the world swimming championships off to a bang-up start. The mere presence of Chinese star Sun Yang has drawn the ire of some swimmers,
Adam Gemili and Andre De Grasse exclusive interview: How sprinting's forgotten men fought back from injury torment
With a glance to his right while crossing the line to win his 200m semi-final at the Rio Olympics, Usain Bolt flashed a smile and wagged his finger at Andre De Grasse, the young Canadian who had foolishly
Olympic champion Lilly King says she expects there to be drug cheats at this week's World Aquatics Championships. King also said she is "not comfortable" with swimming officials' approach to anti-doping.
Great Britain is on course to send its biggest team to an overseas Olympics, with the aim of staying in the “upper echelons” of the medal table at Tokyo 2020. Team GB recorded their best results since