Australian Mack Horton pulled a double today…and by double we mean racing both open water and in the pool.
Olympic champion sprinter Kyle Chalmers clocked a speedy 1:48.29 under heavy training to get the upper hand over teen rival Jack Cartwright.
“It’s nice not having to wear a cap while training,” says elite sprinter Kyle Chalmers of his new look.
World champion Emily Seebohm fell just .04 shy of beating youngster Kaylee McKeown in the 200m backstroke tonight in Melbourne.
Paltrinieri’s 400 free splits tell a story.
This weekend’s Victorian Open Championships will give Aussie stars one more big racing practice in before next month’s Commonwealth Games Trials.
In September Italian Gregorio Paltrinieri decided to make a temporary move to Melbourne giving him the opportunity to train with rival and close friend Mack Horton…
The only swimmer to capture an individual gold medal at the 2017 World Championshps, Emily Seebohm is your Oceania Female Swimmer of the Year.
Mack Horton has proven his is always a threat in the mid-distance freestyle races, now adding the 200m freestyle to his repertoire.
Swimming Australia will select its team for the 2018 Commonwealth Games at the Australian Swimming Trials in February and March of 2018.
Swimming Australia has announced the hosts for a slew of upcoming national meets, including the 2020 Australian Olympic Trials, which will return to Adelaide.
Australian Cate Campbell shows us how it’s done in the women’s 50m freestyle in Queensland.
As if the stop-by-stop World Cup battles between elite sprinters Cate Campbell of Australia and Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden weren’t enough, now there’s the chance the pair of Olympic gold medalists will be training alongside one another in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020.
Mitch Larkin tries an ‘off’ event on for size, while Ariarne Titmus and American Jordan Wilimovsky pull off the distance wins in Queensland.
17-year-old Ariarne Titmus smashed a new Australian national record en route to gold in the women’s 400m freestyle at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre tonight, winning in 4:02.86.