Now Chad clocks in

Chad le Clos became the 19th swimmer to post a World Championship A level qualifying time with his effort... Read more

Clinton’s world record

Cameron van der Burgh added the world long course 50m breaststroke world best to his status as the world’s... Read more

Tough water polo draw

The draw for the men’s and women’s water polo tournaments at the 13th FINA World Championships in Rome from... Read more

Van Zyl sticks up arm

Darian Towsend gained his third World Championship qualifying time at the Telkom SA National Aquatics Championships at the Kings... Read more

Van Wyk roars back

Western Province stars Chanelle van Wyk, Jessica Pengelly and Wendy Trott joined in the race for places in the... Read more

Roland on the rise

Roland Schoeman proved why he is South Africa’s premier world-class swimmer when he posted his third World Championship A... Read more

Record for Rousseau

Sebastien Rousseau smashed his own African 200m butterfly record, as four SA swimmers posted World Championship qualifying times during the evening... Read more

Schoeman shows class

Roland Schoeman made his intentions known early as he posted a World Championship qualifying time at the Telkom SA National... Read more

Liss to make a splash

Port Elizabeth sensation Jessica Liss has her sights set on representing SA at the FINA World Championships this year and will... Read more

Rising stars to impress

SA swimming’s American-based brigade of Jean Basson, Troyden Prinsloo, Neil Versfeld and Wendy Trott will be looking to bring... Read more

Woods’ key to success

It’s the Telkom national aquatic championships in Durban next week.┬áSouth African water polo captain Duncan Woods explains the┬árequirements of... Read more

Pengelly’s star quality

Jessica Pengelly has another dream. And when she dreams, she dreams big, and her dreams tend to come true.... Read more

Cameron’s quest for glory

Cameron van der Burgh’s quest for Olympic glory takes another stroke forward in Durban’s King’s Park Pool next week.

SA stars in the deep end

Twenty-four South Africans qualified for the Beijing Olympics at last year’s national championships.

Roland’s record rewritten

The last of South African swimmer Roland Schoeman’s seven swimming world records has been broken in Malaga, Spain.

Swanepoel’s second title

South African-born Corney Swanepoel collected his second New Zealand title at the national championships in Auckland and also booked... Read more

Swanepoel making waves

Corney Swanepoel was born 23 years ago in Potchefstroom but these days represents New Zealand. So, as much as... Read more

Versfeld’s record swim

Beijing Olympians Neil Versfeld and Jean Basson did South African swimming proud with stand-out performances at the prestigious NCAA... Read more