24-year-old Zac Incerti set a new WA Residential Record to win the men’s 200 freestyle in a time of 1:48.36.
2016 Olympian Tamsin Cook took a break from swimming but is back with her first full swimming schedule for this weekend’s Western Australia Championships.
Australia’s ever-improving Matthew Temple produced his first 100m fly under the 50-second mark to become his nation’s 2nd fastest swimmer all-time.
Although she finished off the podium in the women’s 100m freestyle, 16-year-old Mollie O’Callaghan made her presence known in a big way.
With the wealth of talent ready to rumble down under, we’ll be treated to some high-octane matchups to carry us over from the thrilling ISL final.
The Roar have reloaded with seven new athletes, including Scottish backstroker Kathleen Dawson and French sprinting legend Amaury Leveaux.
I London Roar dopo la notizia dell’impossibilità degli atleti australiani di partecipare alla ISL hanno annunciato la Loro prossima sostituzione
Australia’s Holly Barratt won the 100 free at Western Australia’s SC Championships just days before she officially rejoined the London Roar roaster for 2020.
A collection of the Top 10 fastest swims in each event from the 1st season of the ISL -We’ve broken it up into women’s swims here; men’s article linked within
A collection of the Top 10 fastest swims in each event from the 1st season of the ISL -We’ve broken it up into men’s swims here; women’s article linked within
17-year-old Joshua Edwards-Smith turned some heads on the final night of Western Aussie Championships, hitting a PB in the men’s 200m free.
Brianna Throssell ai campionati in vasca corta del Western Australia ha realizzato i suoi personal best di sempre nei 50 e 100 metri stile libero
The 2020 Western Aussie SC Champs brought more heat on day 2 at HBF Stadium, with Olympic finalist and world record holder Brianna Throssell in the pool.
Campionati in vasca corta Western Australia: Holly Barratt conquista i 50 farfalla. Il 17enne Joshua Edwards-Smith sigla il record di categoria nei 200 do
17-year-old Joshua Edwards-Smith stole the show on night 1 of the Western Australia SC Championships, hitting a big-time PB in the 200m back.