Alicia Coutts was one of many swimmers to make their way into the world top 10 rankings today, swimming a sixth in the world 2:12.05 in the 200 IM.
Former World Champion, James Magnussen, made his post-shoulder-surgery debut in Melbourne today, clocking a 50.05 100m freestyle time for the top seed headed into finals.
James Magnussen returns to racing as he’s set to compete at next week’s Victorian Open Championships.
Blair Evans celebrates another individual win at the 2015 Western Australia SunSmart State Championships.
Australian up-and-comers Brianna Throssell and Tamsin Cook each earned more hardware on night 3 of Western Australia’s SunSmart State Championships.
Throssell brought the heat again while competing at the 2015 SunSmartState LC Championships.
Western Australia’s State Championships (LCM) started today, with its biggest stars out to take titles.
Six all-comer records were set while Jessica Ashwood collected her third gold of the meet…
Tamsin Cook has been named ‘Western Australia Institute of Sport’s Junior Athlete of the Year’
Three swimmers are in the running for the Western Australian Institute of Sport’s Athlete/Junior Athlete of the Year Award.
Swimming Western Australia held its annual conference this weekend, where guest speaker, Swimming Queensland CEO Kevin Hasemann shared his thoughts on declining membership within the sport.
Franziska Hentke of Germany will look to back up her top time in the world this year with a world championship gold medal.
Aussie Jessica Ashwood Delights in Distance, Emma McKeon Doubles Up on Wins on Day 1 of 2015 Townsville Grand Prix
Australia’s Emma McKeon (pictured) snagged two wins on Day 1 of Australia’s Townsville Grand Prix.
Emily Seebohm took the women’s 50 backstroke at the Australian Championships in a time of 27.47…
Emma McKeon took her second event of the competition winning the women’s 200 freestyle in a time of 1:55.88…