Bronte Campbell is one of six winners of Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s Women of the Year.
Aussie Thomas Fraser-Holmes nabs an open water win as part of this edition of In Briefs.
In Briefs: The Josh Project receives a $45,000+ grant from the Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources.
Today’s In Briefs: George Bovell and his Trinidad & Tobago Olympic teammates have extra monetary incentive to rake in the medals in Rio next year.
Maxime Rooney’s Pacific LSC ‘Swimmer of the Year’ award highlights this edition of In Briefs.
This edition of “In Briefs” highlights chaos in Sri Lankan swimming, a Hong Kong race debacle, and a newly-released book about children who conquered less than ideal conditions in their quest to swim.
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The country of Brazil will grant 90-day visa waivers to benefit foreign Olympic tourists.
Get in the know on possible UK funding cuts, potential accommodation problems in Rio for 2016 and more in this edition of In Briefs.
Ryan Lochte won his record 4th consecutive 200m IM title on day 5, breaking the record he previously shared with Michael Phelps
Toronto, Canada is hosting the 2015 Pan American Games this week, and if that event goes well, the city could be moving towards a future Olympic bid.
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Surfing moves closer to possibly being included in future Olympics, as the sport has now been added to the 2019 Pan American Games.
Maddie Jackson, a Kentucky high school/club swimmer who passed away earlier this year in a card accident, is honored by her Bluegrass Marlins team’s fundraising efforts.
What does the Belmont Stakes have to do with swimming? Find out in today’s In Briefs.
Today’s “In Briefs” highlights the Australian Sports Commission’s lack of women within its own ranks, among other global news stories.