Swimming Australia is delighted to announce its 2020 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships will return to South Australia’s Brighton Beach next year.
Xin Xin led 10 qualifiers, including Americans Haley Anderson and Ashley Twichell, as the first to book their tickets to Tokyo 2020.
The 6-day Australian World Trials meet taking place June 9th-14th at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre is the sole competition qualifying Australian swimmers for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
Kareena Lee and Nicholas Sloman headline the Australian open water roster for the 2019 World Aquatics Championships.
La primera etapa del circuito mundial de aguas abiertas FINA Marathon Swim Series 2019 se ha celebrado en Qatar. Ana Marcela Cunha y Florian Wellbrock han sido los ganadores. Los españoles Paula Ruiz y Guillem Pujol han sido 19ª y 18º. Los ecuatorianos Samantha Arevalo y Esteban Enderica, 25ª y 31º.
Florian Wellbrock of Germany and Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil were the fastest today in Doha, Qatar, the inaugural leg of the FINA Marathon Swim Series 2019.
FINA MARATHON SWIM WORLD SERIES 2019 Doha, Qatar 16 Febbraio 2019 Sito web Start List Donne Entry List Uomini Risultati…
Australian Kareena Lee took the women’s title in the 2019 Midmar Mile, the world’s largest open water race.
Kareena Lee and Nick Sloman are Australia’s new open water 10km champions.
It was a fast-paced final day of action at Brighton Beach in Adelaide, with the Men’s and Women’s Open 5km Time Trial marking the first races of the day at the 2019 Australian Open Water 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…
After expected highs of 110+ degrees Fahrenheit (44+ Celsius) in Adelaide on Thursday, a cold front will actually be a bigger concern than the heat over the weekend.
Chinese former world champion Ning Zetao indeed hit the pool at Brisbane Aquatic Center to take the 100 free victory at the Queensland Championships.
Kyle Chalmers is set to race the 50m free, 100m free and 200m free at the Aussie Short Course Championships kicking off on Thursday of this week.