Dawn Fraser

Sport Australia Hall of Fame Announces Inaugural Dawn Fraser Award

This new award will presented to a courageous groundbreaker who has demonstrated achievement against the odds and challenged the status quo.

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Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Day 7 Finals Live Recap

Kaylee McKeown can become the first Australian Olympic champion in the women’s 200 backstroke in this morning’s finals session from Tokyo.

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Tokyo 2020, Oceania Day 6: Emma McKeon On Track For Record-Setting Medal Haul

Emma McKeon is 4-for-4 in terms of podium finishes thus far at Tokyo 2020 and could collect up to 3 more before the Games end.

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Tokyo 2020, Oceania Day 4: Titmus Continues Towards Record-Breaking Medal Haul

With her 2nd Olympic gold of the meet, Ariarne Titmus has put herself in the running for a record-breaking medal haul in Tokyo.

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Anteprime Olimpiche: 800 Stile Donne Guidati Dall’Imbattibile Katie

Anteprime Olimpiche. Gli 800 stile sono il regno di Ledecky, il campo dietro di lei è agguerrito quanto affollato. Le contendenti al podio

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The Last Time Tokyo Hosted The Games: 1964 Olympic Retrospective

The 1964 Olympics were the first Games ever held in Asia, and also marked the first time worldwide satellite broadcasts were used.

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Harry Gallagher, Coach of Dawn Fraser, Dies at 96

The coach of Dawn Fraser throughout her career, one of Australia’s greatest coaches, Harry Gallagher, died last week at the age of 96.

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The Olympics That Would Have Been: Manuel’s 100 Free Magic Highlights Day 6

Simone Manuel, Cate Campbell and Sarah Sjostrom had yet another showdown in the women’s 100 freestyle on Day 6 of the parallel universe 2020 Games.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Shane Gould’s First WR Came On This Day in 1971

Australia’s Shane Gould is still the only person in history to hold world records in the 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 freestyles at the same time.

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Nathan Adrian, Regan Smith & Alice Tai Nominated for Laureus World Sport Awards

Nathan Adrian (above) returned from testicular cancer treatment to win 2 gold medals at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.

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Fraser Presented 1950s World Record Certificates at 2018 SNSW Champs

Yesterday at the 2018-19 Optus SNSW Senior Metropolitan Championships, Swimming NSW President Chris Fydler OAM had the honor of presenting Australian Swimming icon Dawn Fraser, AC, MBE with two of her World Record Certificates in front of an adoring crowd.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Seto’s A Dad, Schooling Snags More Sponsorships

Olympians Brent Hayden, Daiya Seto, Dawn Fraser, Amanda Weir and Joseph Schooling all have stories rolled up into this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’

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Oceania Mourns Loss of Coach Jan Cameron

Former New Zealand National Coach and High Performance Manager Jan Cameron passed away suddenly on Monday, April 30th at the age of 70.

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Beyond The Lane Lines: Ledecky Gets Licensed & See New Airport Pool

Get your dryland newsfix with this week’s edition of SwimSwam’s ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’

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Sarah Sjöström imite un peut trop Mark Spitz, et trébuche sur une « Manuel » du savoir nager

Sarah SJÖSTRÖM a nagé sa finale mondiale 0s56 moins vite que dans son record du monde pour permettre à Simone MANUEL de lui passer devant.

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