This weekend’s Victorian Open Championships will give Aussie stars one more big racing practice in before next month’s Commonwealth Games Trials.
Day 1 of the 2017 Queensland SC Championships was composed of just relays, as several of the nation’s top stars took to the Brisbane Aquatic Centre pool to score team wins.
On Sunday, Australian swimmers of a variety of levels in South East Queensland combined to set the 100×400 free relay world…
On Sunday, swimmers in South East Queensland, Australia, will attempt to break the 100x400m relay record.
Sarah Sjostrom gets it done again, clocking 51.02 in the women’s 100 SCM freestyle in Eindhoven this morning.
Sans sister C1, Bronte Campbell fired off a monster 52.14 split on her nation’s 4×100 freestyle relay to help secure silver in Budapest.
After a strong showing in the 100 free at U.S. Nationals, the American women are now a serious threat to the Australians in the 400 free relay at the upcoming 2017 FINA World Championships.
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The American women now look like a serious threat to Australia in the gold medal race, while the men are in great shape to win gold.
Speaking to her elite longevity, Emily Seebohm has just been named to her 6th World Championships roster and she’s still only 24 years of age.
Bronte Campbell doubled up on her 100m freestyle victory and stole gold in the splash n’ dash tonight in Brisbane.
St. Peters Western star Emma McKeon will have a busy schedule in Budapest, having qualified for her 3rd individual event tonight.
Cameron McEvoy topped the world yet again in the men’s 50m freestyle, clocking 21.55.
We’ve seen their aquatic talent on podiums around the world, but get to know the Aussie athletes’ personalities in the Dolphins’ series of ‘A Picnic By The Pool’.
2016 Olympic Champion in the men’s 100m freestyle, Kyle Chalmers, leads the pack of Australian swimmers honored with the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for service to sport.