Swimming Video interview courtesy of Shannon Macdonald, SwimSwam Rankings Managing Editor.
The 2014 Pan Pacs meet kicks off from Australia today, with Ryosuke Irie set to clash with a whole field of talented 100 backstrokers.
Aussie Swim Stars Chris Wright and Melanie Schlanger Cruise the Canal of the Gold Coast.
Australia’s Cate Campbell is the odds-on favorite in both women’s sprint events, while her sister Bronte is a likely finalist as well.
As eventful as yesterdays prelim session was at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, the prelims this morning might…
WR SPLITS: BRONTE CAMPBELL (53.15), MELANIE SCHLANGER (52.76), EMMA MCKEON (52.91), CATE CAMPBELL (52.16) – 3:30.98
After day 1 of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, the Australian team is leading the pack with 8…
After that it was all Murdoch as he took absolute control of the race turning first at the 150m wall. Jamieson was just a fraction of a second behind him at the turn, but Murdoch managed to pull away from the previous Scottish record holder and touch the wall in 2:07.30 just off of the world record held by Japanese swimmer Akihiro Yamaguchi.
Since her Olympic disappointment Cate Campbell has returned to the water with a vengeance and has her sights set on Commonwealth gold in Glasgow…
Speedo and Swimming Australia unveil new look suits for the Commonwealth Games…
Lorna Tonks, Australian women’s 100m Breaststroke champion is the first Australian pool swimmer to be officially sponsored by leading race suit brand Blueseventy International.
Australian Christian Sprenger is one of 6 swimmers to have locked up spots in the first priority for this summer’s Pan Pac and Commonwealth Games meets.
The Australian women’s 4 x 100 freestyle relay team were awarded gold in London and today, Australia Day, they will receive another medal, the Order of Australia Medal….
A 15 member squad made up of some of the most promising 17-18 year old Canadian swimmers are currently in the midst of a training camp as part of the process of preparing for the Victorian Open State Championships….
(Video Courtesy: Swimming Australia)