The Para Grand Prix taking place in conjunction with the Australian World Swimming Trials got underway today in Brisbane.
Psych sheets are out for the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships slated to begin on June 17th in Auckland with Commonwealth Games medalist Lewis Clareburt.
The amount is smaller than the $314,4000 that Sjostrom earned at the FINA World Cup Series, but was also earned in 15 fewer days (21 vs. 6) of racing.
Including $4,000 for his share of a relay win, Michael Andrew earned $28,000 on Friday in Indianapolis on day 1 of the final stop of the 2019 FINA Champions Swim Series.
Global swimming & aquatic sports governing body FINA has announced that vice president Dennis Miller has died of cancer. He…
Kyle Chalmers will be racing in the month of June, vying for a spot on Australia’s World Championships roster.
“Due to my auto immune disease my body is no longer letting me continue to perform at the highest level,” Howarth, a two-sport athlete in para swimming and cycling, said.
Swimming New Zealand has announced a 10-strong team to travel to Italy in July for the 2019 World University Games including sprinter Daniel Hunter (pictured).
We’ve compiled a list of 20 of the top swimmers in the country under the age of 20 – 10 males and 10 females. Listed below are 10 of the best female swimmers under the age of 20, who are looking most likely to break out and make an impact on a world stage in the near future.
Sam Perry, former Stanford captain and New Zealand representative announced his retirement from competitive swimming earlier this morning.
These are 10 of the best male swimmers under the age of 20, who are looking most likely to break out and make an impact on a world stage in the near future including Commonwealth Games medallist Lewis Clareburt (pictured).
Sarah Sjostrom took over the lead in cumulative earnings on Day 2 of FINA Champions Swim Series 2019 in Guangzhou.
Katinka Hosszu of Hungary led the money table with $29,000 at the end of Day 1 of 2019 FINA Champions Swim Series in Guangzhou.
After not competing at the 2017 World Junior Championships, New Zealand will send a roster of 7 to the 2019 edition.
Erika Fairweather, Michael Pickett and Taiko Torepe-Ormsby (pictured) all set new NZ Age records on the closing night of New Zealand Age Group Championships.