Australia

Plenty Of Exciting Racing On Final Night Of Victorian Champs

The final night of the Victorian Championships in Melbourne did not have the kind of high end and record breaking…

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Groves Takes Down Schipper’s Age Group Record At Victorian Champs

St. Peters Western swimmer 18 year old Madeline Groves took home gold in the women’s 100 butterfly at the Victorian State Championship breaking Jessicah Schipper’s 2005 18 year old age group record of 58.18, winning the event in a time of 57.43…

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Magnussen’s 47.7 ties him for most sub-48 swims in history

The Australian has twelve swims under 48 seconds, tied with France’s Alain Bernard and one ahead of World Record-holder Cesar Cielo. More impressive is that all 12 of Magnussen’s swims have come in the post-bodysuit era.

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Magnussen Puts Up A 47.73 To Win The 100 Freestyle In Melbourne

World champion James Magnussen was very impressive on the first night of the Victorian State Championships winning the 100 freestyle in a new state record time of 47.73…

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Magnussen Is Ready To Race

Australian swimming star James Magnussen appears to be preparing to take on competitors from China, Japan, South Africa and Brazil by racing himself into to shape…

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Bud McAllister to Leave for Job in Australia in February; Jazz Carlin to Split Time

British National Record holder says she will split her time between her native Wales and Australia after her coach takes a new post down under.

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Despite Injury Cole Keeps Her Eyes On Lofty Goals

Despite double shoulder reconstructive surgery Paralympic champion Ellie Cole continues to chase some lofty goals…

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Australian Olympic Trials Finalist Matthew Glucina Passes Away

2008 Olympic Trials finalist Matthew Glucina passed away last week at 28 years old.

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Canadian Junior Team Preparing For Victorian Championships In Geelong

A 15 member squad made up of some of the most promising 17-18 year old Canadian swimmers are currently in the midst of a training camp as part of the process of preparing for the Victorian Open State Championships….

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Bohl Happy To Have Park Back In Brisbane

It was four years ago that Park began training in Brisbane on a regular basis and the fit has been a great one not only for Park, but also for the St. Peters Western program…

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Park Returns To Brisbane To Train With Bohl

South Korean Newspaper Arirang News reported today that Park Tae-Hwan will be heading back to Brisbane to begin his training…

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Swimming Australia Moves Further Down the Mine Shaft

Tommaso D’Orsogna is among the best swimmers to hail from Perth, Australia: an area that is seeing a renewed focus from the Australian Swimming community thanks to some timely partnerships.

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2013 Swammy Awards: Christian Sprenger is Male Oceanic Swimmer Of The Year

2013 was a transition for Christian Sprenger from silver to gold.

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2013 Swammy Awards: Female Oceanic Swimmer Of The Year goes to Cate Campbell

There was one woman that managed to outshine everyone else in this category and that was Cate Campbell, who is our 2013 Swammy Award winner for Oceanic Swimmer of the Year.

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