Current Sailing Australia Chief Matt Carroll has been announced as the new AOC CEO.
Kenneth To, the 24-year-old once Australian National Team member, made his Hong Kong competition debut this weekend.
Australia’s “Lethal” Leisel Jones has been named to the International Swimming Hall of Fame class of 2017. She’s the 15th person,…
Will Scott has been appointed as Head Coach of the South HPTC in Western Australia.
The 2017 class of the International Swimming Hall of Fame has gotten its first female water polo player with Wednesday’s…
Cate Campbell just expanded her freestyle event repertoire, possibly opening herself up to become a threat across 3 individual events ongoing.
Australian National Team Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren has submitted his resignation from his ancillary post as Vice Chairman of FINA’s Coaches Committee.
So some good things happened in Sydney tonight.
Having missed the 100m and 200m freestyle races due to illness, Kyle Chalmers established himself as the #2 seed behind Cameron McEvoy in the men’s 50m freestyle.
Cate and Bronte Campbell fired off swift 50m freestyle marks to go 1-2 in the event tonight in Sydney.
Russia’s Yulia Efimova already snagged the 100m breaststroke gold in Sydney and has set herself up for a run at the 200m.
Citing the need to repair if she wants a solid go at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, world record holder Cate Campbell is opting out of the 2017 World Championships.
29-year-old Junya Koga of Japan keeps up the speed, scoring a new All Comers Record in the men’s 50m backstroke while competing in Sydney.
Cate Campbell took gold in the women’s 100m freestyle at NSWs, making her way to the top of the world rankings in the process.
Mitch Larkin is absent from NSWs due to an administrative error.
2016 Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers is suffering from a respiratory infection, putting the rest of his NSW Championship campaign in doubt.
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