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Swimming Australia CEO Anderson Responds To Claim Kids Worked Too Hard

Mark Anderson, Swimming Australia CEO, responds to claims his organization “works kids too hard.”

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Groves Wins Bond University Sportsperson of the Year

Maddie Groves was named the Bond University Sportsperson of the Year at the Bond University Blues Awards…

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BHP Billiton No Longer Title Sponsor of the Aquatic Super Series

BHP Billiton has decided to discontinue its sponsorship of the Aquatic Super Series…

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Coutts Provides Inspiration for Dubbo Swimmers

Alicia Coutts has always been motivated to do is give back to the community and inspire young swimmers…

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Yoga a Key Part of World Champion Mitch Larkin’s Success

One athlete that has included a yoga practice in his weekly routine is 100 and 200 backstroke world champion Mitch Larkin…

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Beringen Takes on an Increased Role With Swimming Australia

Swimming Australia has announced that Glenn Beringen will take on a full time role with the organization as the Gold Coast Gold National Youth Coach…

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Cusack Outlines the Preparation of the Campbell Sisters

Simon Cusack discusses the development of both Bronte and Cate Campbell…


Seebohm Discusses the Keys to Her Success in 2015

Australian Emily Seebohm has taken her performance to a new level in 2015…


Swimming Australia “Concerned” Over Two Year Delay In Palmer Doping

Swimming Australia is concerned over FINA’s two-year delay in informing Kylie Palmer of her positive doping test. Palmer was given a warning and stripped of a 2013 medal.

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James Roberts – Set to return to pool

James Roberts – Set to return to the pool Possessing a lifetime Personal Best in the 100m Freestyle that would…


Australian Men Go Without Free Relay Olympic Qualification on Day 1

The Australian men’s 400 free relay will be sitting on dull pins and soft needles as they await affirmation of their Olympic qualification in May of 2016.


Swimming Australia develops online tool to assist Multi Class swimmers

Swimming Australia (SAL) has developed the Multi Class Swimming Engagement Portal to assist swimmers with a disability to “Get Classified, Get Involved and Get Discovered” in swimming.

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IPC Plays Shortened Version of Winners National Anthems

The winners of events at the IPC Swimming World Championships will only have the opportunity to hear a 45 second version of their national anthems…


Cotterell not punished in Brian King ruling, local parents upset

Australian swim coach Denis Cotterell escaped punishment in Swimming Australia’s investigation into one of his former assistants, but the Gold Coast Bulletin reports that local parents aren’t happy with that outcome.


Australia loosens qualifying times for Short Course Championships

Swimming Australia has relaxed its qualifying standards slightly for the 2015 Hancock Prospecting Short Course Nationals, standards that had originally taken huge leaps forward from 2014.

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