Aussie Cate Campbell simplyl doesn’t stop.
Cate Campbell, Kyle Chalmers, Cameron McEvoy and Mack Horton are all slated to dive into the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre pool to get some racing in and take home national championship hardware.
The 10 Australian women you need to be paying attention to including Ariarne Titmus (pictured above).
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
Often a victim of sky-high expectations set by her historic track record, Ledecky had arguably her quietest year since bursting onto the international scene in 2012, and she’s still the world’s top female swimmer.
To see all of our 2018 Swammy Awards presented by TYR, click here. 2018 Oceania Female Swimmer of the Year:…
Dean Boxall, the man at the helm of St. Peters Western where stars Ariarne Titmus and Mitch Larkin call home, is making waves down under just in time for Gwangju and Tokyo.
This year, among many incredible female junior swimmers, Canadian Taylor Ruck has stood above the rest.
The Hungarian was the biggest earner at the World Championships. Team USA led all nations with almost half-a-million dollars won.
La FINA a désigné ses champions des champions de Hangzhou.
16-year-old Wang Jianjiahe wrapped up her tremendous year with an individual gold and individual silver at the 2018 Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, despite a little mix-up in her 800 free heats.
Cameron van der Burgh wrote a fairytale ending to his professional swimming career.
Lia Neal will swim on both American relays at day 6 prelims in Hangzhou.
El relevo ruso ha vencido al americano en el 4×50 estilos masculino. Katinka Hosszu ha logrado su 4º oro. Nicholas Santos se ha proclamado campeón del mundo con 38 años.
LI, YANG, ZHANG, WANG, les quatre relayeuses qui ont donné le relais quatre fois 200 mètres dames à la Chine.