The state of Victoria, Australia, will now be required to include swim lessons among its school subjects such as math and science.
Maddie Groves of Australia wins Bond University’s Blues Award for Sportswoman of the Year…..again.
Thomas Fraser-Holmes moves under Richard Scarce at Bond University, the home swimming club of speedster Cameron McEvoy.
Catch up on the smaller swimming stories from around the web.
Originally named to Australia’s 20-strong Short Course World Championships roster, freestyler Jess Ashwood has withdrawn due to illness.
Kyle Chalmers, Australian stud who was just named South Australia’s Sports Institute’s ‘Male Athlete of the Year.’
Adam Pine will continue to lead Swimming Australia’s Paralympic program after being re-appointed Program Manager for the next four-year Paralympic cycle….
The Glenallen School in Melbourne, Australia has named its pool in honor of Tim Disken, a former student at the school and Rio 2016 Paralympic champion.
Alicia Coutts recently retired from competitive swimming, but is already taking on another challenge.
Watch out for Australian sprint star James Magnussen to make his post-Rio debut in 2017.
In an interview following her performance at the 2016 Australian Short Course Championships, backstroke star Emily Seebohm discussed her plans for her future in swimming.
Kyle Chalmers is one of several Australian megastars who have made themselves unavailable for next month’s Short Course World Championships.
18-year-old Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers came away with the top honors at Swimming Australia’s Gala Dinner in Brisbane this weekend….
Watch Emily Seebohm seal her 7th individual title at the 2016 Australian Short Course Championships.
Check out who made the cut to represent Australia at December’s Short Course World Championships.