Experienced Graeme Thompson has been appointed the national performance director for women's water polo by British Swimming.
The review into Australia's swimming team at the London Olympics has uncovered a 'toxic culture' that was not reined in by team leadership.
There was more British success at the World Short-Course Championships with Jemma Lowe and Fran Halsall picking up medals on Sunday.
Swimming may have enjoyed more column inches than normal recently, but attention finally turns to action in the pool as the World Short-Course Championships start on Wednesday in Istanbul.
Joanne Jackson, Olympic bronze medallist and former 400 metres freestyle world record holder, has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
Cassie Patten has admitted that she became "depressed" with post-Olympics life, and even shut her medal from the Beijing Games away in a drawer.
Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe has revealed he suffered from "crippling depression" during the peak of his career.
Ben Titley explains why the future is bright for British Swimming despite a poor 2012 Olympics.
Liam Tancock speaks exclusively on his search for a new coach and life beyond swimming.
Rebecca Adlington has no intention of competing at the Olympic Games in Brazil in 2016.
Ruta Meilutyte admitted she tries to keep grounded by forgetting about her gold medal heroics at the 2012 Games.
Rebecca Adlington has said it is "nice to be normal" after her gruelling training regime leading up to 2012.
British Swimming have announced that Conor O'Shea and Thomas Lurz will join the swimming review.
Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson thinks Britain's swimmers are on "the right track".
Rebecca Adlington believes Team GB's swimming performance at London 2012 has been criticised unfairly.
Liam Tancock believes Team GB can push on at the next Olympics in Rio after achieving a record number of finalists in London.
Sky Sports caught up with Liam Tancock for a London 2012 debrief and his hopes for inspiring future athletes.
Not tough enough or just overwhelmed ? We look at what went wrong for British swimming.
Now the Olympics is over, we review GB's efforts in the pool and look at Michael Jamieson's journey.
National performance director Michael Scott is determined to rebound from GB's miserable swimming campaign.