Penny Oleksiak becomes art, Ian Thorpe is honored and an Arkansas school gets surprised in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
Kareena Lee and Nick Sloman are Australia’s new open water 10km champions.
It was a fast-paced final day of action at Brighton Beach in Adelaide, with the Men’s and Women’s Open 5km Time Trial marking the first races of the day at the 2019 Australian Open Water Championships.
Swimming Australia is pleased to announce its four-athlete Junior Development team that will travel to the French Open Water Nationals in Brive la Gaillarde in May this year.
On the 2nd day of action in the 2019 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships, 4 swimmers claimed a 2nd national title at these championships.
2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN WATER SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS January 26th-28th, 2019 Brighton Jetty, Adelaide, South Australia Event Site Qualifying Times Event Schedule…
Katsumi Nakamura logged his 2nd fastest LCM 50 free of the season, beating Kyle Chalmers in the process on the final night of the South Australian State Open LC Championships.
After expected highs of 110+ degrees Fahrenheit (44+ Celsius) in Adelaide on Thursday, a cold front will actually be a bigger concern than the heat over the weekend.
Both Naoki Mizunuma and Rika Omoto continue their stellar swimming down under at this year’s South Australian Open LC Championships.
Both Maddie Groves and Cate Campbell speak to the ‘awkward timing’ of the FINA Champions Series.
Katsumi Nakamura got the winning hand over Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers in the men’s 100m freestyle at South Aussie states, registering the 3rd fastest time in the world this season in the process.
Japan’s Naoki Mizunuma beat the men’s 50m fly field in South Australia, inserting himself into the world rankings in the process.
Adam Peaty blasted a 59.72 to take a dominant victory at the season-opening Miami Super Challenge Meet in Queensland, Australia.
Rika Omoto now takes over the women’s 200m IM world rankings thrown, thanks to a sub-2:10 performance in South Australia.