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Shane Gould Urges Swimming Australia To Join Redress Scheme For Abuse Survivors

Shane Gould is urging Swimming Australia to join the National Redress Scheme, which would enable survivors of sexual abuse to receive compensation.

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High-Level International Meets For March 2020

Hang onto your swim caps, as March is just the beginning of the hectic Olympic-qualifying schedule that is already upon us with Tokyo just over 150 days away.

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Cate Campbell Says She Thought She Was Disqualified In Olympic 100 Free

In an interview with The Australian, Cate Campbell says she thought she had false started in the Rio 100 free final, leading to a disappointing 6th-place.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Swimming Relay Qualification Status

Led by Anna Hopkin (above), the British women may have the 4th-best 400 free relay at the Olympics – if they choose to swim it.

2020 Vic Open Wraps Up With Temple, Stuart Among Aussie Winners

Catch up on action from the final day of the 2020 Vic Open, where Zac Stubblety-Cook, Cheslea Hodges and more were in the water.

16-Year-Old Erika Fairweather Throws Down 4:07 400 Free At Vic Open Day 2

Fairweather destroyed the field in tonight’s 400 free, hitting a 4:07.23, nearly 10 seconds faster than Molly Batchelor’s previous meet record of 4:09.23.

Beyond The Lane Lines: Dutch Olympian Dion Dreesens Retires

Catch up on various stories found around the web in this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines. Dion Dreesens and trio of Kiwi swimmers highlight the news.

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McEvoy Tops Men’s 100 Free Field, Fairweather Impresses On Vic Open Day 1

Day 1 of the 2020 Vic Open is done and dusted with Cameron McEvoy, Jack McLoughlin and Jess Hansen among the gold medalists.

David McKeon’s Swim Clinic Raises $17,500 For Australian Bushfire Relief

McKeon was joined by the likes of Ian Thorpe, Cate and Bronte Campbell, Emily Seebohm and others as they raised money for bushfire relief.

Breaststroke Battle Brewing, As JPN’s Shoma Sato Devises New Race Strategy

This weekend’s Konami Open may give Shoma Sato the chance to try out a new race strategy essentially nothing to lose and some cash and confidence to gain.

Stubblety-Cook To Show His Early 2020 Hand At Victorian Open C’ships

Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook unleashed the fastest 200m breast time of his career last December. Let’s see what the man has up his sleeve at the Vic Open.

Heavy Lies The Crown Part 2: Men With OLY Qualifying Times

Lithuanian swimming ace Danas Rapsys appears multiple times on the men’s world rankings, taking into account only those performances that qualify for Tokyo.

Beyond The Lane Lines: Millfield Swimmer Honors Aussie Roots

Catch up on the swimming-related news round-up from around the world in this week’s edition of our series Beyond the Lane Lines.

Kansas City Chiefs Win First Super Bowl in 50 Years: a Swimming Retrospective

On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs won their first Super Bowl in 50 years. We use that as a measuring stick to mark the passage of time in our own sport of…

Heavy Lies The Crown Part 1: Women With OLY Qualifying Times

One month into the Summer Olympic year, let’s examine who is ‘the hunted’ by listing women having clocked OLY-qualifying times thus far.

On-The-Mend Cartwright Joins Elite & Budding Stars At Aussie Event Camps

Aussie men and women will be heading to their annual National Event Camps next month, with high-profile coaches such as Michael Bohl & Dean Boxall.

Watch: Australian OW Champions Talk About Their Races, Prep for Tokyo (Video)

We’ve posted videos of interviews with some of the champions from this weekend on our YouTube channel.

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