“We will continue to support them throughout this journey to recovery,” reads a portion of Swimming Australia’s statement concerning troubled retired Olympian Grant Hackett’s recent behavior.
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Teenage talent Tamsin Cook of Australia has decided to take herself out of contention for a possible spot on her nation’s 2017 World Championships roster.
Troubled retired swimming star Grant Hackett of Australia was arrested at his family’s home today, February 15th.
After both surgery for endometriosis and then for her wisdom teeth, Australian Olympian Emily Seebohm was back in the pool racing this weekend.
Another possible Olympic swimmer has entered the world, courtesy of Aussie athletes Melanie and Chris Wright.
Cameron McEvoy doubled up on freestyle wins while competing at the site of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Newly-formed Team Efimova is on the move.
Additional details concerning a possible ongoing relationship with storied Aussie coach Denis Cotterell and Chinese swimming are emerging from down under.
A major shift in the timing of Australian Olympic Trials marks Swimming Australia’s latest important announcement.
Sisterly love at the 2017 Australian National Open Water Championships.
Two Aussie men and women qualified for the World Championships in the 5k open water event.
After trying out several different training grounds within his home nation of Australia, Mitch Larkin joins Commercial Swimming Club under Simon Cusack.
Olympian Jarrod Poort was among the competitors at yesterday’s 10k open water race at Australian National Championships, along with the Gobecka sisters and Brazier siblings.
2016 Olympic Champion in the men’s 100m freestyle, Kyle Chalmers, leads the pack of Australian swimmers honored with the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for service to sport.