Emily Seebohm, Cameron McEvoy y Mitchell Larkin serán los veteranos del joven equipo que representará a Australia en los Mundiales en piscina corta de Hangzhou en diciembre.
Sprint ace Cate Campbell has earned Australia’s Sportswoman of the Year honors at the nation’s annual Woman in Sports Awards
Simon Cusack et les Campbell sisters (Bronte à gauche, Cate à droite) devraient entrer dans leurs fonctions début janvier, au sein du centre Northern Metropolitan.
A huge majority picked the European Championships as the most impressive of 2018’s major summer meets, while a surprising 19% picked Jr Pan Pacs higher than any other senior-level international meet.
World record holder Shayna Jack will not be following her training partners, Cate and Bronte Campbell, to New South Wales.
Swimming superstar sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell of Australia are set to move to a new training home less than 2 years out from the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The Australian broke their Championship Record to win gold in the women’s 400 free relay at the Pan Pacs in Tokyo.
Frontrunners Cate Campbell (AUS) and Simone Manuel (USA) will have to fend off youngsters Rikako Ikee and Taylor Ruck in the sprint freestyle events.
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With just 6% of the Australian roster for this summer’s Pan Pacific Championships stemming from New South Wales (NSW), Swimming Australia is once again facing the question of how to keep emerging talent from leaving the state.
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Two-time world champion and 2012 Olympic silver medalist James Magnussen isn’t sure if his career in the pool is over or not as he looks to his future.
Almost half of voters predicted that Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom would hold the world’s fastest 100 freestyle time by the end of this summer’s season.
Cate Campbell clocked another sub-53 second 100m freestyle, in-season, at the Pan Pacific Trials in South Australia.
Cate Campbell rocked a winning 100m freestyle time of 52.61, proving once again she is one of the most dangerous sprinters in history.