The Western Australia Champs kick off today, spearheaded by a group of elite Australian national swimmers including Hangzhou medalist Holly Barratt (pictured above).
The 10 Australian women you need to be paying attention to including Ariarne Titmus (pictured above).
These are the 10 Australian male swimmers under 20 years of age who you need to be watching.
American swimmer Ryan Murphy, an Olympic champion and World Record holder, was among the athletes in attendance in London this week.
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13-year-old Robert Thorpe demolished the 13-14-year 800 freestyle record in a strong win on Day 5 of NSW Champs.
Charlie Hawke continued to dominate on Day 2 of NSW Champs, picking up two more golds to bring his total for the meet to four golds.
While the American point total was a historic
Charlie Hawke impressed on the opening night of the 2018 NSW Senior State Champs taking golds in the 16-year 200 fly and 100 freestyle.
Bradlee Ashby of New Zealand may not be walking away with medals around his neck, but the 23-year-old is still making his presence known at these Short Course World Championships.
Olivia Smoliga’s win in the women’s 100m backstroke added another gold to the stars n’ stripes tally.
Watch the American foursome of Caeleb Dressel, Blake Pieroni, Michael Chadwick and Ryan Held re-write history in the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay.
The 2018 Victorian Age Champs wrapped up last night with a dominant performance from Noah Millard to close out an impressive meet.
Bradlee Ashby of New Zealand lowered his own National Record in the men’s 200m IM in tonight’s final.
Lia Neal (above) will lead off the American women’s 400 free relay in prelims, but Mallory Comerford will be saved for finals.
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