Breaking records since he was 7, it was in May of 2011 that Cameron caught the attention of the swimming world when he beat Ian Thorpe’s 100m record which had not been claimed in 10 years. At just 18, McEvoy earned himself a place in the London 2012 Olympic team. As one of the youngest in the team, representing Australia in the 4×100m and 4×200m freestyle relays with the worlds best, was a dream come true.
Discover which swimming goggles lenses are right for you. From prescription lenses to polarised, tinted and mirrored goggle lenses, we cover what they’re for and why you might need them.
From how to look after your goggles to which goggles are best for open-water swimming, our quick goggles guide tells you everything you need to know.
Foggy goggles and disrupted vision make for a frustrating swim, which is why all Speedo goggles now feature our anti-fog coating as standard. But what causes foggy goggles in the first place, and how can you ensure yours stay fog-free for the duration of your swim?
Want to cut your swim time? Here are 5 swimming drills you should get to grips with to boost your pace.
Wearable technology is making it easier for you to collect and analyse swim data. Here’s how you can use it to improve your SWOLF score and become more efficient in the pool.
Here are five essential stroke technique tips for swimmers looking to improve their SWOLF score and become faster, better and more efficient in the pool.
Hitting the pool regularly but not seeing any improvements in your speed? We’ve got some tips that might just help you swim faster.
Master the most majestic of swimming strokes with our butterfly masterclass.
We’ve all been there: getting into our stride, enjoying our swim and feeling focused before – splutter, panic – it all goes pear-shaped. There’s nothing like a mouthful of water to put you off your stroke.