Catch up on the smaller swimming news stories from down under in this West Australia edition of ‘In Briefs.’
Swimming Victoria (Australia) has announced its Performance and Development Squads for 2017.
Looking at the UK’s lottery funding model as an example, Australia is headed towards that direction.
2016 Olympic 100 free gold medalist Kyle Chalmers has withdrawn from the 2017 World Championships.
A naked swimmer readies for TV while the possible ‘strongman swimming’ era kicks off.
Australian Age freestyle champions Phoebe Walker and Ela Noble and exciting Gold Coast distance swimmer Max Osbornare among a 14-strong…
The SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre in partnership with the Marion Swimming Club is excited to announce the appointment of…
Sub-59 second 1breast for world recorder holder Adam Peaty right after a training camp? No problem.
Swimming Australia is excited to announce it has opened its bidding process for the next four years of domestic events,…
“She was astounded,” says lawyer Tim Fuller of client Maddie Groves over allegations of missed doping tests.
7 girls and 7 boys comprise the 14-member Australian squad set to compete in Nassau at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games.
Meet the 4 members of the Irish Swimming squad representing their nation at the Commonwealth Youth Games later this summer.
Leiston Pickett was among the 19 named to Australia’s World University Games team.
Swimming Australia has released an official statement following the report that 3 of its high-profile athletes face possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.
Australian media is reporting that 3 notable Australian swimmers are facing possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.