Who are the big winners of the night?
Catch up on the 2017 Vic Open Short Course Championships, which took place on September 16th and 17th.
16-year-old Ariarne Titmus scored a surprise win in the women’s 800m freestyle in Brisbane, punching her qualification ticket to the 2017 World Championships in Budapest.
Travis Mahoney, 7th place finisher in the men’s 400 IM in Rio, is making the move to Marion Swimming Club, home of Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.
Both Chad Le Clos and Laszlo Cseh will not swim the medley relay prelims, gearing up for a showdown with Michael Phelps and Joseph Schooling in the 100 fly tonight.
Australian Mitch Larkin will look to end the Americans streak of five straight Olympic wins in the men’s 200 back.
Watch Episode 12 of the Road to Rio short documentary series on Rio Olympian and Paralympian Josh Beaver and Monique Murphy.
Cameron McEvoy had an eventful first day in Tokyo which included his hotel being rattled by an earthquake and his Twitter account being hacked…
We’ll get our first glimpse of the Campbell sisters’ speed, as both Cate and Bronte headline the women’s 100m freestyle prelims in Adelaide.
Magnussen was pleased to receive the news on a Australian holiday
Larkin looked good in 200m back heats in Melbourne this morning.
Australia’s Mitchell Pratt has taken down his own record as the fastest 200 fly by an 18-year old in Australia history.
Tennessee’s Kelsey Floyd highlights the lineup at the U.S. Open (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
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