Let’s take a more current look at the women’s Olympic medalists from Rio who will most likely not be racing next year in Tokyo.
Maddy Gough ha stabilito nel Queensland il record australiano nei 1500 metri stile libero in vasca corta, entrando al sesto posto all time
While competing day 2 of the 2020 QLD SC Prep Meet, 21-year-old Maddy Gough busted out a new Australian national record in the women’s 1500m freestyle.
Lani Pallister became the 3rd fastest Australian ever with her 800m free World Junior Championships Record time tonight that gave the 17-year-old gold.
Both the Australian Swimmers’ Association and the Dolphins Athlete Leaders have released statements on Shayna Jack’s positive doping test.
2-time Olympian Jess Ashwood of Australia quietly retired from swimming in 2018 after an impressive career that saw the 26-year-old wreak havoc on her nation’s record boards.
Citing ‘form and technical issues’, former Aussie national champion Jess Ashwood has withdrawn from Pan Pacs.
Tasmanian teen Ariarne Titmus was 1 of 7 Aussies that nailed Pan Pacific qualifying times in tonight’s finals at the Commonwealth Games.
With her 800m freestyle victory tonight, Titmus became the first swimmer in 14 years and only the 6th Australian ever to sweep the 200m/400m/800m freestyle events.
Mitch Larkin took on the tough 200 back/200 IM double this morning at the Aussie Trials, making it back in both events’ finals.
17-year-old Ariarne Titmus claimed her 2nd Australian national title in as many days, lowering her own 400m freestyle national record in the process.
After a disappointing 8th place finish in last night’s 200m freestyle final, Aussie Cameron McEvoy claimed the top seed in a very stacked 100m freestyle field.
After an impressive win in the men’s 400m freestyle on night 1, 17-year-old Elija Winngington broke out a 200m freestyle victory over seasoned competitors. Emma McKeon was also explosive, registering the 3rd fastest 100m fly in the world this season.
Aussie stars Cate Campbell and Kyle Chalmers set the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre on fire on day 1.
Japan’s Olympic medalist Daiya Seto is just one of several heavy-hitting foreign swimmers set to compete at this week’s Australian Short Course Championships. American Jordan Wilimovsky and Lithuanian Ruta Meilutyte are also set to compete, with Aussie talent Kyle Chalmers, Emily Seebohm and the Campbell sisters ready to rock as wel.