Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all-time, gets a one-year suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
Jazz Carlin wins British Swimming's Athlete of the Year award for 2014 after a memorable 12 months in the pool.
- GB Worlds medal haul delights Furniss
- Atkinson makes swimming history
- O'Connor claims third silver in Doha
- Guy breaks GB record to earn silver
- GB claim three silvers in Doha
- Miley takes bronze at Doha Worlds
- Best GB team for 30 years - Foster
- Unwell Murdoch to miss Doha Worlds
- Peaty 'disturbed' by Yang drug ban
- Get Inspired Unsung Hero award for coach Stidever
- GB partners Japan ahead of Tokyo 2020
- Le Clos hopes for Phelps Rio return
- Halsall adds to World Cup medal haul
- Pavoni saddened by funding decision
- Halsall & Carlin win further golds
- Peaty and Halsall win European golds
- Superb Peaty sets world record
Video & Audio
- Watch video GB hungry for more after 'great season'
- Watch video Derby teen aims for Rio Paralympics
- Watch video 'Special' swim coach inspires kids
- Watch video Marshall blazes trail for female coaches
- Watch video Unsung Hero award humbles Stidever
- Watch video Carlin's quickfire confessions
- Watch video Halsall wins second European gold
- Watch video Peaty wins third European gold
- Watch video Peaty breaks 50m breaststroke record
World Shortcourse 2014
Britain's total of eight medals at the short course world championships "delights" head coach Bill Furniss.