Swimming Australia

Brian King under investigation by Swimming Australia for alleged verbal abuse of athletes

Club officials say Brian King had a winding and eventful tenure with the Miami Swimming Club, and his treatment of swimmers is now under Swimming Australia investigation, while his former boss Denis Cotterell and Swimming Australia itself have also come under fire.


Swimming Australia Posts Huge Reductions in Short Course Nationals Qualifying Standards

Swimming Australia has stiffened the qualifying standards for the 2015 Short Course National Championships by a huge margin.


Magnussen Seeks a Second Opinion On Shoulder Injury

James Magnussen will be seeking a second opinion on the sub-scapular tear that forced him to withdraw from the Grand Prix in Canberra…


McKeon Siblings Headline Australia’s Dolphins Team Roster For 2015 Japan Open

A large portion of the Australian National Team will be in Tokyo this weekend to compete at the 2015 Japan…

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Magnussen Pulls Out of Canberra With Shoulder Injury; Worlds in Question

The 100m freestyle World Champion, James Magnussen, may not be able to defend his title in Kazan, as he pulls out of the Australian Grand Prix in Canberra due to shoulder problems.


McEvoy Setting the Stage to Excel in Kazan

21 year old Cameron McEvoy will be looking to come away from Kazan as the 100 freestyle world champion…

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Gender Equality a Concern Within Australian Sporting Organizations

Nine Australian national sporting organizations have not met the standard set by the ASC in the area of inclusion within their board memberships…


FINA and Australia’s “The Seven Network” Announce 2015/2017 World Championships Broadcast Coverage

The Australian Olympic Committee has just announced a new, long-term partnership between FINA and The Seven Network, resulting in both…


Hackett, Magnussen, Campbell Expected To Compete in Canberra May 15th-16th

The Swimming Australia 2015 Canberra Grand Prix is slated to take place next weekend, May 15th-16th, with sprint stud James Magnussen among the Aussie competitors.


Harrison, McKendry and Matsuo Highlight Australia’s University Games Team

Australia will be taking a team of 20 athletes to the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea…

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Emma McKeon Changes Coaches Just 3 Months Out From Worlds

Emma McKeon will be breaking from her brother, David McKeon, and taking a new direction coaching-wise leading up to Worlds.


Swimming Breaks Through List of Australia’s Most-Watched TV Broadcasts

Forget The Beatles and “Star Wars”…it’s Grant Hackett who ranks higher on Australia’s most-watched TV shows from the 20th centry.


Gorman, Poort Among Aussies Heading to Mexico for World Championships Qualification

Australian Open Water 10km champions Melissa Gorman and Jarrod Poort will this weekend race for the chance to gain selection…

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Australia’s “Sports Tally” Reveals Some Trepidation Headed into Rio

In the aftermath of a comparatively disastrous 2012 Olympic Games for Australia, where the country’s 10th position in the overall…

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Swimming Australia makes three appointments to high performance staff in leadup to Rio

Swimming Australia Limited (SAL) has today announced three key appointments to its high performance structure in the countdown to next year’s Rio Olympics and beyond to the preparation for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.