Take a look at the meets we have lined up for November 2020, with International Swiming League (ISL) action coming to a head.
Swimming Australia has revealed an increase in swimmer funding ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Suspended Australian swimmer Shayna Jack is competing on the latest edition of the nation’s reality TV show entitled SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Swimming Australia has unveiled virtual relay training time trials, taking place in Gold Coast, Sydney, Adelaide, and Perth.
Brendon is 1 of only 2 Australian swimmers who decided to make the journey to Budapest after Australia announced they weren’t condoning this ISL season.
With the first meet of the International Swimming League’s second season out of the way, four new teams are slated to face off for Match 2.
The women’s 5k race at the Queensland Open Water Championships saw an unexpected competitor in backstroke world record holder Minna Atherton.
One match day that includes last year’s top American team the Cali Condors and superstar Caeleb Dressel will be available to all American households this week.
The resulting impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues on, as yet another sizable international meet is forced to alter formats and protocol.
Let’s take a more current look at the women’s Olympic medalists from Rio who will most likely not be racing next year in Tokyo.
Australian pop star Cody Simpson, Olympian Kathleen Baker, and other notable names made their return to racing on Thursday at a meet hosted by Team Elite.
The 34-year old Matt Targett has been training for the last 2 months with his former Auburn coach Brett Hawke in Los Angeles.
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