atleti qualificati per le Olimpiadi di Tokyo 2020 rimangono tali anche per i Giochi 2021, ma i comitati nazionali potrebbero agire diversamente
Open water Olympic qualifiers from the 2019 FINA World Championships will remain qualified for the postponed Tokyo Games, the IOC confirmed.
We’ve posted videos of interviews with some of the champions from this weekend on our YouTube channel.
Kareena Lee won the women’s 5km time trial Australian Championship on Monday, adding to her title in the 10km from Saturday.
Ferry Weertman (left) and Jordan Wilimosvky (2nd from left) went 1-2 in the men’s 10km race, but Nicholas Sloman (middle) continued his quest for an Olympic spot as the top Australian.
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.
Teenager Kaylee McKeown is getting some solid racing done down under, taking 2 golds tonight at the Queensland Championships.
Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook is keeping the good times rolling in Brisbane, adding the 100m gold to his dynamite 200m breast performance from last night.
The Tasmanian teen was honored at the Swimming Australia annual awards last week, capping off her tremendous year of performance in the pool.
Newly-minted SCM 100 backstroke World Record holder Minna Atherton leads the Swimming Australia award nominations announced this week.
Elijah Winnington got some long course racing underway at the Queensland Medal Shots Prep meet over the weekend in Brisbane.
ISL London Roar team member Elijah Winnington will be switching to long course in Queensland this weekend, competing at the Medal Shots Prep Meet.
25-year-old Kareena Lee of the Sunshine Coast has been announced as the first female nominated to Australia’s 2020 Olympic team.
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.