Follow here for a live recap of the preliminary heats on the final day of the 2022 Australian Swimming Championship meet.
Swimmers, coaches and staff relived the incredible Olympic achievements this week at the Swimming Australia Awards, hosted on the Gold Coast.
Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha won the women’s 10k open water race at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Sharon van Rouwendaal finished second Kareena Lee was third.
La 10km femminile alle Olimpiadi di Tokyo 2020 è stata conquistata dalla brasiliana Ana Marcela Cuhna. Rachele Bruni chiude al 14° posto
Ariarne Titmus has challenged the World Record in the 200 & 400 free this week. Tonight she swims the 800 free at the Australian Trials.
Maddy Gough ha stabilito il nuovo record australiano e del Commonwealth nei 1500 stile libero femminili con 1:46.13, terza nel ranking
Gough is one of Australia’s newest Olympic qualifiers for 2021 and added her name to the team in Australian record fashion.
Kyle Chalmers, the 2016 Olympic champion in the 100 freestyle, is the top seed in the event heading into tonight’s finals.
In Australia Ariarne Titmus nuota la seconda prestazione al mondo nei 400 stile. Recap finali day 4 Campionati nazionali australiani
Mitch Larkin will race both the 200 back and 200 IM during day 4 finals, having posted the top prelim swim in the back and the 3rd fastest in the IM.
The Australian women posted some solid in-season swim across the prelims and finals in the 200 freestyle at 2021 Nationals.
Kareena Lee collected her 3rd consecutive Australian 10k OpenWater national title, with the Noosa swimmer already having qualified for this summer’s Olympics.
Last month Swimming Australia revealed that its Open Water National Championships would be postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
I campionati australiani open water 2021 sono stati posticipati a marzo e spostati presso il Lago Kawana a causa della pandemia COVID-19
Learn something new in this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring the first NAIA student-athlete to earn money from her own likeness.