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2015 Queensland Championships Preview

Eight individual world championship medalists will be vying for titles at the Queensland Championships…

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Larkin Sets WR on Australian Short Course Night 3 Finals

Larkin’s exceptional swim highlighted a night of record-setting performances

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Aussie Swimmers Of The Year ‘Behind The Scenes’ Video

Want a quick physics lesson from Australia’s Cameron McEvoy? Take a listen!

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2015 FINA World Cup Moscow: Day 1 Finals Live Recap

The first finals session of the FINA World Cup Series will take place today in Moscow. Hungarian star Katinka Hosszu is already back at it and will contest several events during tonight’s finals.

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Australian National Champion Emily Seebohm Drops 200 IM from 2015 Worlds Program

Australian backstroking ace, Emily Seebohm, had qualified as the top Aussie female in the 200m IM event for 2015 Worlds, but has confirmed she will now be dropping the event from her lineup in Kazan.

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McKeon Puts Up an Impressive 200 Freestyle Split in Townsville

Dissatisfied with her winning time in the 200 freestyle on Friday evening Emma McKeon posted a 1:56.15 in the first half of tonight’s 400 freestyle…

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McKeon Collects Three Gold in Second Session of the Grand Prix in Canberra

Emma McKeon was the star of the second session of the Australian Grand Prix in Canberra. McKeon collected individual gold…

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Hackett The Elder Statesmen Among 38 Australians for World Championships

The 2015 Australian World Championships squads (including the IPC team for Glasgow) is led by veterans Bronte Barratt and Grant Hackett.

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2015 Australian Nationals and Trials: Day Three Prelims

Bronte Barratt swam today in the prelims of the 200 free at the 2015 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships in Sydney.

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Another Good Night for Watanabe at the New South Wales Championships

Kanako Watanabe won the women’s 200 IM in a time of 2:10.76 which is the second fastest time swum in the world this year…

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Seebohm Eyes Spofforth’s World Record

Emily Seebohm’s coach Matt Brown feels that she could record a time under 58 seconds in the 100 backstroke by the end of the year…

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Elmslie Gets the Best of Barratt in the 200 freestyle at the Victorian Championships

Brittany Elmslie took the women’s 200 freestyle in a time of 1:57.44 finishing 13 one-hundredths of a second ahead of Bronte Barratt…

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Larkin Collects Two Gold on the Second Night of the Victorian Championships

Mitch Larkin won both the 200 IM and 200 backstroke on the second night of competition at the Victorian Open Championships…

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2014 Swammy Awards: Australian Coach of the Year Simon Cusack

In 2014 Simon Cusak’s athletes won 10 Commonwealth Games medals and nine Pan Pacific Championship medals…

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Golds, Records, And Glory – A Historic Day At The Commonwealth Games

After that it was all Murdoch as he took absolute control of the race turning first at the 150m wall. Jamieson was just a fraction of a second behind him at the turn, but Murdoch managed to pull away from the previous Scottish record holder and touch the wall in 2:07.30 just off of the world record held by Japanese swimmer Akihiro Yamaguchi.

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