Read what Shayna Jack’s coach Dean Boxall and her Aussie teammate Mack Horton have to say about her positive doping test.
Shayna Jack has seen both her A and B samples test positive for a banned substance. Read more about her situation and the timing involved.
Former Australian Sport Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) head Richard Ings puts the spotlight on how Swimming Australia is handling Shayna Jack’s situation.
Swimming Australia CEO Leigh Russell spoke to media on Sunday, and declined to name the substance that World Record holder Shayna Jack has tested positive for.
The USA’s Regan Smith will compete in her first ever Worlds final tonight and is the heavy favorite to win gold here after setting the World Record in semis.
Amidst swimmers being more vocal about anti-doping at this World Championships than any other, Australian Shayna Jack tests positive from late June.
Ariarne Titmus became the 7th fastest performer all-time in the women’s 800m free en route to bronze at the 2019 World Championships.
After Australia’s Matthew Wilson tied the World Record in 200 breast semis, we’ll see both WR holders (Wilson and Japan’s Watanabe) in the final.
Mack Horton threw down the fastest split in the field on the anchor leg to lead Australia to gold and a new Commonwealth Record in the 800 free relay.
Team USA’s Chase Kalisz swims his first individual final of the meet tonight as he competes for back-to-back 200 IM titles.
Australian Matthew Wilson equalled Ippei Watanabe’s 200 breaststroke world record in the semi-finals at the 2019 World Championships in a time of 2:06.67.
The American flag is flying high after day 5 of the World Championships, with the nation taking the top spot on the overall swimming medal table.
Ariarne Titmus’ opening split of 1:54.27 on the Aussie women’s 4x200m free relay checks-in as a new Australian National Record.
Ariarne Titmus’ 1:54.27 lead-off on the women’s 4x200m freestyle relay helped power Australia to the top of the podium in World Record-setting fashion.
Funky Trunks sponsored athlete Jack McLoughlin has already put in impressive performances in the 400 and 800 Free and now has his eyes on the 1500.
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