The 2018 Australian Open Water Championships concluded in Adelaide Sunday.
16-year-old Chloe Green continued her stellar racing on Saturday.
19-year-old Chelsea Gubecka and 20-year-old Nick Sloman took home gold in the 10K on Friday.
Olympic medalist Jazz Carlin heads up the 15 aquatic athletes across swimming, para swimming and diving named to the Welsh squad headed to the Gold Coast for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
What has Kiwi Olympian Lauren Boyle been up to since retiring? Find out in Beyond the Lane Lines.
2018 WESTERN AUSTRALIA STATE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS Friday, January 19th – Sunday, January 21st HBF Stadium LCM Meet Central Start Lists…
Hitting a new 200m freestyle PB at the end of a 3-day in-season meet, Cate Campbell was near exhaustion with a trio of freestyle victories in Sydney.
“I was told to attack it, that’s what I did,” Cate Campbell said of her 200m freestyle victory in Sydney to complete a trifecta of freestyle wins.
Both Tommaso D’Orsogna and Brianna Throssell were victorious on night 2 of the 2018 Western Australian State Open Championships.
After an impressive win in the men’s 400m freestyle on night 1, 17-year-old Elija Winngington broke out a 200m freestyle victory over seasoned competitors. Emma McKeon was also explosive, registering the 3rd fastest 100m fly in the world this season.
While studying to be a doctor, Aussie Tommaso D’Orsogna still finds time to win races.
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers took on an off-event at the South Australian States in his tune-up before next month’s Commonwealth Trials.
Cate Campbell soared, while 17-year-old Elijha Winnington pulled a fast one on Mack Horton and Gregorio Paltrinieri.
25-year-old Cate Campbell smashed a new personal best of 25.68 in the women’s 50m butterfly to become the fastest textile suited Aussie of all-time.
Helping validate the more than $430,000 investment in drone technology by the New South Wales government last December, the first reported drone rescue at sea took place just this week in Australia.