Australians Kyle Chalmers, Emma McKeon, Mack Horton, Maddie Groves and Mitch Larkin share their thoughts on their Olympic experience…
Watch as Australian Kyle Chalmers grandparents witness him win gold in Rio…
Bill Sweetenham, a coach prolific in Australian swimming history, has called for an overhaul in leadership in response to the nation’s performance in Rio.
The Australian squad didn’t quite have the redemptive Olympics for which it was hoping, leading the coaching staff to already begin discussions on new tactics moving forward.
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Although the Australians haven’t had the meet the athletes, coaches or fans had hoped for, there is still a small light at the end of the tunnel for the green and gold.
“You have to deal with expectations” – Jacco Verhaeren, Australian National Team Head Coach.
The British are coming, the British are coming! Great swims from their back-half legs have Great Britain back in the hunt in the men’s medley.
A couple of juniors have taken the Olympic stage by a storm, including Canada’s Penny Oleksiak, who has won 4 medals so far in her first Olympic Games.
Australia’s Emily Seebohm and American Missy Franklin have both missed the Olympic 200 back final, after the two combined to win every World and Olympic title since 2012.
The Aussies had a relatively rough night in Rio, with the Campbell sisters coming up short in the 100m freestyle event.
The coach of Cate and Bronte Campbell discusses his methods for cultivating two of the fastest women in the world.
Australian swim fans were surprised to see a favorite Aussie, Cameron McEvoy, off of last night’s 4×200 freestyle relay.
The U.S. women reversed their fortunes to top Australia in the 4×200 freestyle relay last night.
Taylor McKeown from Australia leads the women’s 200m breaststrokers into Thursday night’s final.