Shayna Jack is still trying to prove her innocence, with her legal team devising a strategy that looks at the pre-World Championships camp conductors.
Hackett’s 7:23.42 world record set in July of 2008 is almost six seconds faster than anyone else in history.
Does Bruno Fratus love Monopoly? Which book is helping Aimee Willmott pass the time? Check out what elite swimmers are reading, watching & gaming while home.
Corones, a resident of Albany Creek, In Queensalnd, would’ve turned 102 years old on April 6th.
Big-time announcement coming first from the Australian Olympic Committee, then supported by Swimming Australia regarding Tokyo 2020.
Kyle Chalmers and more are among Swimming Australia’s elite taking to social media, mourning what could have been for Tokyo in July.
Campbell, who turns 28 in May, is still in full training toward the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. She says her goal is a 4th Olympic Team.
Swimming Australia’s elite talent is still (mostly) able to train in the water, as opposed to the United States, GBR, the Netherlands and many others.
Swimming Australia published a formal statement addressing the impact of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, including a call for level playing field.
Kenneth To died one year ago today, and his caring, humble, and compassionate approach to people seems more relevant today than ever.
The Australian Olympic Trials set for June are still a ‘go’ at this point, which means the training camps in February were not for naught.
The men’s 100m free is one of the most highly-anticipated events for the 2020 Olympic Games, but key players Kyle Chalmers & Caeleb Dressel may meet again.
Emma McKeon wrapped up her stellar New South Wales State Open Championships with a big-time outing in the women’s 200m freestyle.
Kyle Chalmers is a man of many talents, proving his mettle in the 200m fly earlier at these NSW Championships before putting on a show in the 100m sprint.
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