While competing on the first day of the 2017 New Zealand Short Course Championships, Paralympic swimmer Sophie Pascoe has already set 2 Para swimming world short course records.
With Lauren Boyle and Glenn Snyders having retired, New Zealand is on the look-out for its next swimming star to help lead the nation into Tokyo 2020.
Another youth-oriented swimming tournament has entered the international calendar for the year 2018, as the first-ever Asia Pacific University Swimming Championships has been confirmed.
Finn Kennard-Campbell, who won three medals at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas this summer, has verbally committed to swim for the University of Denver in 2018-19.
Australia/Oceania will not be partaking in the 2022 Asian Games, as once proposed.
In the same week that Swimming New Zealand Head Coach Jerry Olszewski announced his resignation, a new High Performance Sport NZ Chief Executive has been hired.
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29-year-old Kiwi Olympian Lauren Boyle has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
Mallory Comerford was a part of the mixed 4×100 freestyle relay squad that added another gold to the American total on night 7 of the 2017 FINA World Championships.
Team USA’s Matt Grevers returns to the pool this morning for the men’s 50 back prelims and will look to set himself up for a shot at another individual medal.
Gunes, the 2015 Junior Worlds champion in the event, has scratched out of this morning’s 50 breast prelims.
Anton Chupkov, Townley Haas, Kristof Milak, Simone Manuel and more share their post-race comments from night 6 in Budapest.
The USA’s Chase Kalisz has a chance to win the first individual gold of this meet for the American men in tonight’s 200 IM final.
Having finished 6th in the 100m back, defending double world champion Mitch Larkin fell back to 15th overall after the men’s 200m back semifinals.
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