Australia

Kaylee McKeown Crushes 2:05.83 200 Back Lifetime Best To Take Over World #1

Just a day after American World Record holder notched a 200 back time of 2:05.94, 18-year-old Aussie Kaylee McKeown sneaked under it with a new world #1.

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High-Level International Meets For February 2020

Newly-minted 200m fly Japanese national record holder Daiya Seto will have a busy month of February, most likely competing at both Konami Open and Kirara Cup.

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Chalmers Hits 400 Free & 50 Fly Personal Bests On Day 3 Of South Aussies

21-year-old Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers demonstrated some versatility this evening, taking the 400m free and 50m fly crowns at South Aussie States.

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Kaylee McKeown Becomes 2nd Fastest Aussie Ever With 58.52 100 Back

18-year-old Kaylee McKeown of Australia just made a statement with her 58.52 lifetime best 100m back swim tonight in South Australia.

Barratt Racks Up One More Win To Close Out Western Aussie C’ships

Rockingham racer Holly Barratt closed out her Western Aussie Championships in style, taking the women’s 50m back in a time of 29.37.

Chalmers Clocks Near-Personal Best 200 Fly Down Under

Kyle Chalmers doesn’t seem the 200m fly often, but when he does he makes the most of it. Tonight he logged a near-personal best in the grueling event.

Barratt Tops The Podium Twice On Day 2 Of Western Aussie Championships

Rockingham’s Holly Barratt is getting her 2020 year off right, collecting two wins on night 2 of the 2020 Western Aussie Championships.

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Miami Super Challenge Cancelled Due To Queensland Downpours

The British Lion who is Adam Peaty was set to race today in Queensland, but the Miami Super Challenge was cancelled due to torrential downpours.

Throssell, Barratt & Edwards-Smith Get Golden Start To Western Aussie C’ships

Catch up on day 1 of the Western Australia Championships, including the gold medal performance by Olympian Brianna Throssell.

Olympic Games Medal Payouts Per Nation Compared

If Caeleb Dressel reaches the top of the podium in Tokyo he’s looking at a $37,500 gold medal bonus. But how does that compare with other nations’ incentives?

Cate Campbell Set To Race Open Water In Annual Sydney Harbour Tradition

Cate Campbell’s interest in open water has officially been piqued, as the 27-year-old Olympian announced she has entered another non-pool aquatic event.

2020 South Aussie States: King Kyle Chalmers Takes On 400/800 Freestyle

The man who took 100m free gold in Rio, Kyle Chalmers of Australia, will be racing ‘off’ events of the 400/800 freestyle this weekend, according to entries.

Throssell, Melverton Among Aussies Ready For WA States This Weekend

World Record holder Brianna Throssell is among the Aussie elite scheduled to race this weekend at the Western Australia State Championships.

Water Polo Australia and AOC Join The Fight Against Rampant Bushfires

Water Polo Australia (WPA) announced on Friday that they will be joining the fight against the rampant bushfires, currently tearing through their country.

Pallister Takes Consecutive Lorne Pier To Pub Open Water Title

Teen Lani Pallister showed her open water swimming prowess by winning her 2nd consecutive gold in the annual Lorne Pier to Pub race.

Speedo Among Retailers Donating Profits Thursday to Australian Bushfire Relief

Speedo Australia is among the 45 retailers donating 100% of Thursday’s profits to fire relief as part of the “ALL IN” campaign, according to Yahoo Finance.

Full Entry Lists for 2020 FINA Champions Series Released

71 athletes will compete across 4 days for almost $2 million in prize money at the 2020 FINA Champions Series in China, including 12 races for Katinka Hosszu.

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