Five-time Paralympic Champion and fourteen-time World Champion Ellie Simmonds credited her new more balanced lifestyle as the reason...
The International Swimming League (ISL) has revealed the calendar for its inaugural season.
Writing for Sport Industry Group, Ben Nichols shares his views on why the International Swimming League is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to athlete-led reform in sport.
Ben is the former Director of Communications and Public Affairs for the Commonwealth Games Federation and former Head of Media Relations for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Ben now runs his own communications consultancy, Ben Nichols Communications, and counts the new athlete force for good movement ‘Global Athlete’ as one of his clients.
British Swimming has appointed Promote PR to manage marketing and communications for the 2019 IPC World Para Swimming Championships, which will take place at the London Aquatics Centre.
London was only confirmed as the new host of the rearranged championships earlier this week, with British Swimming stepping in after the International Paralympic Committee stripped Malaysia of the right to stage the event.
Swim England has launched the latest phase of its Love Swimming campaign focussing on individuals from across the UK who were prescribed swimming to aid a range of medical conditions. They are all strong advocates of the power of swimming to improve their medical conditions including Type 2 diabetes, arthritis and chronic pain. The campaign has been launched ahead of World Health Day on 7th April.
John West has announced its headline sponsorship of Great Swim 2019 – the central plank of a major new consumer campaign.
The canned fish brand is launching ‘Get Yourself Shipshape’, designed to encourage healthier eating and active lifestyles.
Endurance swimmer-turned-campaigner Lewis Pugh is hailing the decision of the UK government to table a UN motion calling for 30 percent of the world’s oceans to be protected by 2030.
Pugh has been lobbying governments worldwide to adopt the ambitious strategy, including via his ‘The Long Swim’ campaign, crafted with the support of sport-for-social change consultancy thinkBeyond.
Now the UK has declared it will urge other nations at the UN General Assembly, taking place in New York this week, to treble the current 10% global target for marine protection.
Endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh has completed his unprecedented 530-kilometre swim along the length of the English Channel - part of a campaign to highlight the need for improved marine protection, supported by social change consultancy thinkBeyond.
The United Nations Patron of the Oceans arrived in Dover after 49 days, becoming the first person to complete the feat without a wetsuit or flippers, in accordance with the Channel Swimming Association (CSA) rules.
Lewis Pugh, the UN ‘Patron of the Oceans’ and renowned endurance swimmer, began 'The Long Swim' in the early hours of Thursday morning, calling on the British government to urgently protect the seas around the UK coast and British overseas territories.
Lewis Pugh, the UN ‘Patron of the Oceans’ and renowned endurance swimmer, has announced his latest challenge, which will see him call on the British government to urgently protect the seas around the UK coast and British overseas territories.
Lewis will attempt to swim the full length of the English Channel, wearing just Speedo swimming trunks, a cap and goggles, starting at Land’s End in Cornwall on Thursday 12th July, with the swim expected to end at Dover towards the end of August.