On the national team for fifteen years, Australian backstroking ace Emily Seebohm has qualified for her fourth Olympic Games.
L’australiana Emily Seebohm confessa di aver sofferto per oltre due anni di disturbi del comportamento alimentare tramite Instagram
The Vorgee Brisbane Short Course meet saw the likes of Minna Atherton, Chelsea Gubecka and Northwestern University’s Calypso Sheridan get some swims in.
We now know where the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association’s 2018 Coach of the Year, David Lush, is headed.
ASCTA’s 2018 Aussie Coach of the Year David Lush is leaving his current post as Director of Swimming at Brisbane Grammar.
It was a year of challenges for Dean Boxall (above, left), but his squad, including Ariarne Titmus (above, right) persevered for great success in 2019.
We know that Mel Marshall is a coach of the ISL squad London Roar, but read on to find out what that exactly means in terms of responsiblities.
Olympic 100 free champion Kyle Chalmers (above) is one of 6 swimmers who will rotate through the captains seat for the Roar in the 2019 season.
Emily Seebohm cambia allenatore e luogo di allenamento a meno di un anno dai Giochi Olimpici di Tokyo 2020. Sarà allenata da Michael Bohl
World Champion and Olympic medalist Emily Seebohm of Australia has moved her training home less than one year out from the 2020 Olympic Games.
The clinic provided insight into training of some of the world’s best swimmers. Featured above: Peter Andrew, father and coach of Michael Andrew.
Dean Boxall, coach of Commonwealth Games gold medalists Mitch Larkin and Ariarne Titmus, is heading up one of seven Australian National Team Camps kicking off this month.
Although Kyle Chalmers, Emma McKeon and Lani Pallister are among those opting out of Hangzhou, the 20-strong Aussie line-up for this December’s Short Course World Championships is ripe with talent both new and seasoned.
Hear how Emily Seebohm sees the dynamic of having rival Minna Atherton as her club teammate play out, as she prepares to conquer the 200m IM, 50m back and 50m breast trio tomorrow on the final day of competition.
Earlier this year speedster Cameron McEvoy of Australia announced he would be changing training homes, leaving Richard Scarce at Bond. He has now made his unexpected decision on where he’ll see out the remainder of the Olympic quad.