Kyle Chalmers hit an eye-popping 47.48 tonight at the Australian National Championships, beating his Rio Olympic gold medal-winning time by a tenth.
20-year-old Matthew Wilson threw down the swim of his life on day 2 of the 2019 Australian National Championships.
Liam Schluter of Queensland took 400m free silver, but crushed his own S14 World Record in the 100m free race tonight at the Australian National Championships.
Aussie Cate Campbell simplyl doesn’t stop.
Cate Campbell, Kyle Chalmers, Cameron McEvoy and Mack Horton are all slated to dive into the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre pool to get some racing in and take home national championship hardware.
In a boost to Australian athletes, including its swimmers, in the lead-up to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, the Federal Government announced a funding injection of more than $54 million over the next 2 years.
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Aussie Thomas Fraser-Holmes is one of over 502 athletes set to descend upon Mäkelänrinne in Finland to contest the 2019 edition of the Helsinki Swim Meet.
More members are added to the London Roar and Team Iron International Swimming League (ISL) rosters.
Playing on its team captain Adam Peaty’s legacy as The Lion, the London-based International Swimming League squad will now be called London Roar.
Ben Proud, Kathleen Baker, Katinka Hosszu were among the competitors in Marseille who threw down some head-turning times on day 1 of the FFN Golden Tour.
Cate Campbell, Alain Bernard, Natalie Coughlin and possible the world’s youngest Olympic athlete highlight this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
Aussie Emily Seebohm will be opting out of the Australian National Championships, but is on-board with both the FINA Champions Series, as well as the International Swimming League.
Take a deep breath now, as the month of April contains than 40 competitions on the schedule, most of which carry notable qualifying significance.