Catch up on the smaller swimming news stories from down under in this West Australia edition of ‘In Briefs.’
Bronte Campbell doubled up on her 100m freestyle victory and stole gold in the splash n’ dash tonight in Brisbane.
The Campbell sisters will try to land upon the podium once again, taking on the 50m freestyle tonight in Brisbane.
Cate Campbell just expanded her freestyle event repertoire, possibly opening herself up to become a threat across 3 individual events ongoing.
Emma McKeon leads the charge of Aussie athletes ready-to-go at this year’s Victorian Open Championships, which kick-off tomorrow in Melbourne.
Bond Swimming Club’s Cameron McEvoy claimed gold in in the 100m freestyle event while racing in Queensland this week.
Australian Olympian Dan Smith announced he would be partaking in the post-Rio training shuffle by moving to train under storied coach Michael Bohl.
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Brianna Throssell is shifting her training base to kick-off her Tokyo 2020 quest.
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Though the world record is safe in the women’s 200 fly, China’s dominance in the event on the world stage is less certain.
Follow the Australian swim team on their social media accounts during their Olympic adventures.
Tamsin Cook (right), is the youngest member of Australia’s 2016 Olympic Team and also Western Australia’s Age Swimmer of the Year.
Five Southport School Aquatics members will represent Australia at the Oceania Championships…
Get as fired up as Kyle Chalmers appears in this ultra-hype-up video highlighting the Aussie athletes set to compete in under 100 days from now in Rio.