Plymouth Leander swimmer Ruta Meilutyte has taken a silver medal at the World Championships in Kazan.
The talented teenager and Olympic Gold Medallist, who attends Plymouth College, was just short of her best in the 100m breaststroke final.
Plymouth swimmer Ben Proud, a double gold medallist at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, was burgled over the Christmas break but is relieved that the thief or thieves did not steal his medals.
The 20-year-old was away visiting family in London with his brother Oliver when their flat in Devonport was raided over Christmas. They made the discovery when they returned home on Saturday.
The main pool and learner pool at Riverside Leisure Centre in Exeter will remain closed today (Friday 7 November) as the water temperature heats up following essential maintenance yesterday.
It is hoped that the pool will be back in operation on Saturday.
In the meantime, swimmers are advised to use Pyramids Leisure Centre or Northbrook Swimming Pool.
Plymouth-born endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh will be completing the last leg of his campaign to swim the Seven Seas today. It's all part of his initiative to highlight the need for marine areas to be better protected. He started the expedition in the Mediterranean early this month and will finish at the Thames Barrier today.
A charity has teamed up with the RNLI to encourage people to be safe when swimming as children try to cool off.
The Amateur Swimming Association will be launching a water safety initiative in Bude today after it found that 17% of parents in the South West say their child has got into difficulties in water. This summer they'll be running courses to try to give children confidence when out in open water.
There's been early success in the pool for our West Country swimmers at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Plymouth's Ben Proud won his heat in the men's 50metres butterfly to go through to tonight's semi-finals as the fastest qualifier.
Exeter's Liam Tancock qualified for the semi-finals of the men's 100metres backstroke with a second-placed finish in his heat.
Beth French has arrived back in Penzance after her record-setting swim from Cornwall to the Isles of Scilly. Her support boat returned her to the mainland after she became the first person ever to swim the route.
A woman from Somerset has made history by becoming the first person to swim from Cornwall to the Scillies.
Beth French, who's from Milverton, set off from Porthcurno yesterday lunchtime. She arrived on St Mary's this morning, completing the swim in 17 hours and 28 minutes. She said via twitter "I have an awesome body - mission completed!".
A woman from Somerset is aiming to become the first person to swim from the Cornish mainland to the Isles of Scilly.
What makes Beth French's story more amazing, is that as a teenager she suffered from ME, which left her in a wheelchair.