We now know where the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association’s 2018 Coach of the Year, David Lush, is headed.
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The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games organizers announced that 80% of the venues required to host the event have been secured for next summer.
The Japanese Swimming Federation (JASF) included mindful steps to help ensure that its athletes’ mental health is taken into account when returning.
19-year-old Rikako Ikee has selected a new coach as she resumes training in and out of the water in pursuit of a Paris 2024 appearance.
Sharpen up those pencils and get to work on the latest SwimSwam Crossword Challenge. Past and present swim knowledge will be put to the test.
Another coaching change is taking place down under as Bud McAllister will be departing his role at the helm of the swimming program at WAIS.
28-year-old Olympic gold medalist Chad Le Clos speaks to the recent surgeries he underwent amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
The Australian government has pledged a $54.5 million investment, which is aimed at continuing support of Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls.
The Commonwealth Games Federation has made a statement regarding athlete protests at the 2022 edition in Birmingham, UK.
ASCTA’s 2018 Aussie Coach of the Year David Lush is leaving his current post as Director of Swimming at Brisbane Grammar.
Swim England and key stakeholders have signed a joint letter urging the nation’s government to address with haste the uncertain future facing swimming pools.
Although not specific to swimming, USADA released a doping decision related to a boxer that could have ripple effects in other sports moving forward.
Today the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) Executive Board approved pushing back the start date of the 2022 Commonwealth Games by one day.
Catch up on this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring swimming stories spanning Arizona to Panama to China to Australia.