As the curtain lifts on the 2018 World Short Course Championships, FINA
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has new career plans for after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Just weeks after Swimming Australia announced that its National Training Centre (NTC) Transition Program in Canberra will be closing at the end of the 2018 calendar year, the organization has revealed it has now parted ways with major sponsor Optus.
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Take a look at the high-level listing of international meets on the docket for January 2019.
Australian swimming veteran Tommaso D’Orsogna provides his convincing argument for why Short Course World Championships should be more highly prioritized within his nation.
Look for potential duels between Katinka Hosszu and Kelsi Dahlia in the longer fly races, while Ranomi Kromowidjojo looks to monopolize the 50m fly sprint.
World Record holder Chad Le Clos will be up against stacked fields in all 3 men’s fly events in Hangzhou.
“It’s a sad day for sport because we are taking away a great event and losing an opportunity to grow the sport,” World Record holder and 3-time Olympian Cate Campbell of Australia said this week concerning the now-cancelled Energy for Swim meet.
Yesterday at the 2018-19 Optus SNSW Senior Metropolitan Championships, Swimming NSW President Chris Fydler OAM had the honor of presenting Australian Swimming icon Dawn Fraser, AC, MBE with two of her World Record Certificates in front of an adoring crowd.
Dutch racer Ranomi Kromowidjojo has been red-hot over the World Cup, giving her ‘favorite’ status in at least one of the sprint freestyle events in Hangzhou.
David Schlicht, who is signed with Australian swimwear brand Funky Trunks, has been selected for his first senior Australian Dolphins team after his second place finish to Thomas Fraser-Holmes in the 400m Individual Medley at the 2018 Australian National Short Course Championships.
Russian Vlad Morozov put on a sprint clinic over the course of the FINA World Cup. Will he have enough gas left to defend his lane against the likes of British powerhouse Ben Proud and Americans Caeleb Dressel and Michael Andrew?
Meg Bailey is heading home after Winter Nationals with her new Funkita swimwear contract.
Ben Proud is just 1 of 3 British athletes set to compete in Hangzhou, where powerhouses Japan, China, Russia and the United States are bringing upwards of 30+ competitors.