The Australian team got off to a good start yesterday, defeating the United States in the mixed 4×800 open water relay to gain an early advantage in scoring.
The quartet of Kareena Lee, Chelsea Gubecka, Kai Edwards, and Kyle Lee pulled off the victory to give the Aussies an 8-6 edge after day one.
Cody Simpson, Mollie O’Callaghan, Lani Pallister, and Shayna Jack are amongst some of the additions onto the second half of Australia’s duel in the pool team.
Kareena Lee collected her 3rd consecutive Australian 10k OpenWater national title, with the Noosa swimmer already having qualified for this summer’s Olympics.
Kareena Lee won the women’s 5km time trial Australian Championship on Monday, adding to her title in the 10km from Saturday.
Kareena Lee (left) is booked for Tokyo, but Nick Sloman (right) is among the Aussie men vying to continue their journey to the Olympics this weekend.
Kareena Lee and Nicholas Sloman headline the Australian open water roster for the 2019 World Aquatics Championships.
Swimming Australia is pleased to announce its four-athlete Junior Development team that will travel to the French Open Water Nationals in Brive la Gaillarde in May this year.
2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN WATER SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS January 26th-28th, 2019 Brighton Jetty, Adelaide, South Australia Event Site Qualifying Times Event Schedule…
Olympian Jarrod Poort was among the competitors at yesterday’s 10k open water race at Australian National Championships, along with the Gobecka sisters and Brazier siblings.