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Queensland, Australia Announces Bid for 2032 Olympic Games

Queensland has launched a bid that will see multiple cities jointly host the Games, including the state capital of Brisbane (above) and the Gold Coast.

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6 Swimmers Among 30 Athletes Nominated for IOC Athletes’ Commission

Federica Pellegrini is one of 6 swimmers, and 30 athletes, who will vie for 4 elected spots on the International Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Commission.

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Mixed Relays Eliminated from 2022 Youth Olympics Swimming Program

Kristof Milak springboarded from a 3-gold medal performance at the 2018 Youth Olympics to a World Record in the summer of 2019 in the 200 fly.

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Ariarne Titmus Tops Annual Swimming Australia Awards

The Tasmanian teen was honored at the Swimming Australia annual awards last week, capping off her tremendous year of performance in the pool.

Minna Atherton Misses 200 Back World Record by .02

Minna Atherton of the London Roar just-missed her 2nd World Record of the ISL season on Saturday, but did break the Australian and Oceanic records.

Olympic Update: Tokyo Heat Still In The Spotlight Amid Surprising Findings

With next year’s Games fast-approaching, organizers still seek new ways to combat both heat and pollution. This comes amid a shocking discovery.

Atherton, Chalmers, C1 Lead Swimming Australia Award Nominations

Newly-minted SCM 100 backstroke World Record holder Minna Atherton leads the Swimming Australia award nominations announced this week.

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High-Level International Meets for December 2019

Sarah Sjostrom will be competing in December as part of the International Swimming League (ISL) Team Energy Standard, but check out what else is going on.

Beyond The Lane Lines: Schooling Launches Skincare, Ledecky Joins A New Team

Check out this week’s Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Joseph Schooling, Cate Campbell, Katie Shanahan, Katie Ledecky and more.

Vlad Morozov: “I’m Glad Grinev Wasn’t In Doha”

After racing at every stop of this year’s World Cup Series, Vlad Morozov had no problem admitting he ‘wasn’t fresh’ during his final few races in Doha.

Winnington Tunes Up In Long Course, Takes 4 Golds At QLD Medal Shots

Elijah Winnington got some long course racing underway at the Queensland Medal Shots Prep meet over the weekend in Brisbane.

Michael Andrew Busts Out 2 Wins, C1 Scorches 100 Free Field To Wrap Up Doha

20-year-old Michael Andrew snagged 2 golds to close out this FINA World Cup Series campaign, including the 50m fly and 100m back.

Cate Campbell Further Edges Toward World Cup Series Crown With 24.11 50 Free

Cate Campbell gets it done in the women’s 50m freestyle, firing off a winning effort of 24.11 tonight in Doha, Qatar for World Cup gold.

Winnington Heads For Queensland Medal Shots LC Prep Meet

ISL London Roar team member Elijah Winnington will be switching to long course in Queensland this weekend, competing at the Medal Shots Prep Meet.

Morozov & Campbell Lead FINA World Cup Into Final Stop In Doha

The FINA World Cup crown for the men looks likely to sit upon Russia’s Vlad Morozov when all is said and done in Doha this weekend.

Beyond The Lane Lines: Michael Phelps Ranked #1 Outside The Water

Olympians Michael Phelps and Daiya Seto are among the swimming stars highlighted in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.

“Finally, I Won Gold” – Michael Andrew Recaps World Cup Kazan

Hear what stars such as American Michael Andrew had to say on the final night of the FINA World Cup in Kazan, the penultimate stop.

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