With the exception of border controls, swimming in New Zealand can return with full force this week, including training and meets.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has updated its athlete Q&A section to address issues regarding testing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dean Boxall has been named the Australian Swimming Coaches And Teachers Association Coach of the Year after his team’s successes.
As of today, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, New Zealand has logged 1,499 confirmed cases and just 21 deaths.
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New Zealand’s Phoebe Harris, who is A final-ready for C-USA in the 100 breast and 200 breast, will swim for FIU beginning next fall.
“I would love to continue on and achieve great things as she did,” teen Erika Fairweather says of retired Kiwi Lauren Boyle.
Lewis Clareburt (right) became the 5th New Zealand swimmer to win a medal at a FINA Championship meet when he took bronze in the 400 IM.
Let the countdown begin, as the IOC announces the official new start date of the 2020 Olympic Games, rescheduled to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
John Davies was a historic Australian swimmer, becoming the last 200 butterfly-breaststroke Olympic champion in 1952. Read more on his legacy here.
New Zealand plans to hold an Olympic qualifying event, either the NZ Open Championships or a time trial, in early June.
There hasn’t been an hour gone by without a meet or event being cancelled or postponed due to the coronavirus. Get the big-picture view of it all here.
At NSW Open C’ships, the Aussies will look to respond to several world-leading times thrown down by Americans recently at the Pro Swim Series in Des Moines.
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