The intense 3-day action in Sydney wrapped up with stellar swims from both Aussies and visiting athletes, highlighted by a new Commonwealth Record by St. Peters and Western’s Emma McKeon.
James Magnussen swam a smooth 50m freestyle this morning, setting himself up for the middle of the pool to lead tonight’s finals in Sydney.
Emma McKeon posted a lifetime best to win the 100 butterfly at the NSW State Championships in a 57.24…
Cameron McEvoy was the only sub-49 swimmer in morning heats of the men’s 100 freestyle at NSW Championships.
The Australian National Team has done an about-face internally since its so-called ‘toxic culture’ was brought into the spotlight post-2012 London.
Australian breaststroker Taylor McKeown is the latest swimmer to withdraw herself from this weekend’s Aquatic Super Series in Perth, the tri-national meet among hosts Australia, China and Japan.
Cameron McEvoy throws down a 47.56 100 freestyle in Perth to scorch the field and the world rankings.
Alicia Coutts was one of many swimmers to make their way into the world top 10 rankings today, swimming a sixth in the world 2:12.05 in the 200 IM.
Although not a lightning-fast time, James Magnussen returns to his sprinting ways, making tonight’s 50m freestyle final at the Victorian Open.
James Magnussen scored a mark of 49.35 to take the men’s 100m freestyle win in Melbourne, while breaststroker Georgia Bohl raced into the world’s top 10 in the women’s 100m.
Both Cameron McEvoy and Cate Campbell posted times in the 100 freestyle at the 2015 Queensland Swimming Championships which have them sitting atop of the world rankings…
Emma McKeon won both the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly at the Queensland Championships in times that place her in the world’s top five…
Swimming Queensland scored the state title, with a little help from Emily Seebohm’s Brisbane Grammar.
Campbell was all smiles after becoming the first woman under 51 seconds.
Larkin’s exceptional swim highlighted a night of record-setting performances