Fukuoka 2023: What's On? – British Swimming

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29 Jul 2023
Find out all the details on how to tune into live coverage of the World Aquatics Championships 2023 in Fukuoka, along with results, reports and daily schedules.

There is a packed schedule between 14th-30th July across swimming, diving, marathon swimming, artistic swimming and high diving, with British representation across the disciplines. 
The below daily schedule will be updated to provide a 48 hour view of upcoming events. You can watch live coverage online via the All Aquatics platform (or the World Aquatics Recast Channel), and listen to live commentary from the swimming programme on BBC Radio 5Live, Sports Extra and the BBC Sounds app (from 23rd-30th July).

Heats from 2.30am BST

Semi-finals and Finals from 12pm BST


Great Britain’s junior swimmers finished third in the swimming medal table at the 2023 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Maribor – amassing a total of fifteen medals across five days of high-quality racing in the Slovenian city.
Great Britain's Men’s 4x100m Medley Relay team rounded off a hugely successful World Aquatics Championships for British Swimming in the pool and across the aquatic disciplines with a fifth-place finish on the final night in Fukuoka, as Freya Colbert and Katie Shanahan provided the last individual British involvement in Japan.
Great Britain’s Mixed 4x100m Freestyle Relay team took the bronze medal in a new European record time to close the penultimate day of competition at the World Championships in Fukuoka, as Ben Proud also added to the overall medal tally with a bronze of his own in the Men’s 50m Freestyle.