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Katie Ledecky is so far ahead of the rest of the world’s best, the 800 free has become a race between Ledecky and her personal best times.
Follow the Australian swim team on their social media accounts during their Olympic adventures.
Leah Smith is the favorite for silver– is she also the favorite to join Ledecky under 4:00 in Rio?
Cate Campbell stole the spotlight at the Australian Grand Prix on Saturday evening breaking the world record in the women’s 100 freestyle…
Cate Campbell recorded a 24.04 in the 50 freestyle and went on to post a 23.59 relay split while Jame Magnussen swam his fastest 100 freestyle since having shoulder surgery last June…
This past weekend (June 4-5th), the last major American swim competitions were held before swimmers begin to taper for both U.S. Trials and the Olympic Games.
Jessica Ashwood of Chandler Swim Club picked up another win with a very strong 8:18.14 to easily handle the field. That’s her best time ever, and also a new Australian record
Find all race videos from the day 3 finals at the PSS in Santa Clara.
This weekend in Santa Clara, Team USA’s Ryan Murphy and Australia’s Mitch Larkin gave us a preview of a potential rivalry in the backstroke events in Rio.
Australian Jessica Ashwood broke her own 800 free national record in Santa Clara with a scorching time of 8:18.14.
Key Aussie Olympians, including Mitch Larkin, are headed to Santa Clara to compete in the Arena Pro Swim Series meet early June.
There will 34 athletes headed to Rio, which includes 19 women and 15 men, which is significantly smaller than the 2012 team that included 47 swimmers…
Experience some of the great moments of the Australian Championships…