Australian teen distance star Ariarne Titmus accomplished something no one had accomplished before as she dethroned Ledecky in the 400 free at Worlds.
It was a year of challenges for Dean Boxall (above, left), but his squad, including Ariarne Titmus (above, right) persevered for great success in 2019.
Hungarian multi-Olympic gold medalist kicked off her 2019 swimming year with the Euro Meet and the meet highlights our January calendar for 2020 as well.
Wold University Games gold medalist William Yang topped the podium on two occasions during the New South Wales Senior Age Championships.
17-year-old multi-World Junior Championships medalist Thomas Neill nailed a 200m IM time of 2:01.76 to log a new Queensland Age Record.
Aussie Shayna Jack maintains her innocence regarding a positive doping test, saying she may have come into contact with Ligandrol via another person.
Teenager Kaylee McKeown is getting some solid racing done down under, taking 2 golds tonight at the Queensland Championships.
Aussie backstroking is in good hands on the age group level, as 16-year-old Joshua Edwards-Smith logged a time of 1:57.78 at QLD Championships.
Arizona sophomore David Schlicht will sit out this NCAA season, preparing for Australia’s Olympic Trials, the school confirmed this week.
Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook is keeping the good times rolling in Brisbane, adding the 100m gold to his dynamite 200m breast performance from last night.
15-year-old Elizabeth Dekkers crushed a huge 2:08.51 200 fly time to take the age group Queensland title at the state’s championships.
Visiting Japanese swimmer Yui Ohashi turned heads in Brisbane, clocking a winning 400m IM time of 4:32.57 at QLD Championships.
Australian Matt Wilson made waves with a temporary World Record in Gwangju, but now it’s Zac Stubblety-Cook who is moving on up the 200m breast food chain.
Teenagers like Mollie O’Callaghan and Thomas Neill mixed with the likes of Cameron McEvoy and Clyde Lewis for relays on day 1 of QLD Championships.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.