Aberdeen swimmer Toni Shaw is embracing having another year to prepare for her expected Paralympics debut.
Scottish Tokyo Olympics diving hopeful James Heatly says he's excited to get back to competition and hopefully secure his place at next year's rescheduled Games.
A north-east digital fundraising platform is to help swimming enthusiasts support their clubs.
Greater numbers of children with disabilities are being supported to learn to swim, new research has found.
It is a reflection of para-swimmer Toni Shaw’s talent and hard work that, on a bedroom shelf, learn-to-swim participation prizes sit next to World Para-swimming Championship medals of all colours.
World champion para-swimmer Toni Shaw has starred in a video to help launch Scottish Swimming's #SeeMyAbility campaign.
Aberdeen’s Toni Shaw had a day to remember at the World Para-swimming Championships in London.
Big names in action as Scottish Open Championships get under way at Aberdeen Sports Village Aquatics Centre
Scotland’s national swimming coach has hailed Inverurie’s Hannah Miley as she aims to make a fourth Olympics.
More than 5,000 children in Aberdeen are taking part in swimming lessons as part of a national programme.
North-east swimming hero Hannah Miley is using a period of injury recovery to inspire the next generation.
There's a lot riding on Euan Inglis’ quest for glory in the 50m breaststroke at the Gold Coast Games – because he’s planning to hang up his trunks afterwards.