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Australian Dolphins Swim Prepares For Budapest

The Australian Dolphins Swim team has assembled in the heartland of legendary Netherlands swimmers Pieter van den Hoogenband and Inge…

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Anderson Holds Off Italy’s Bruni To Win Women’s 5K In Castaic Lake

Haley Anderson won the women’s 5K Open Water National title after finishing runner-up in the 10K on Friday.


Twichell Dominates Women’s 10K, Anderson Takes 2nd At OW Nationals

Ashley Twichell obliterated the field en route to the 10K title and a spot on the Worlds team at US Open Water Nationals.


Trio of Aussie Open Water Swimmers Qualify for 2017 World Championship

France’s Aurelie Muller won the 2nd stop of the 2017 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup.

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Xin Xin Tops Olympic 10K OW Qualifier, 15 More Athletes Set for Rio

Nine athletes, led by China’s Xin Xin, qualified to for the women’s marathon 10k swim in Rio earlier today. They will join the top 10 swimmers from the 2015 FINA World Championships and another 5 continental representatives in Rio.


Australian Open Water Swimmers Getting Creative with Acclimatization

Chelsea Gubecka and Kareena Lee have been working with the Queensland Academy of Sport to prepare for the temperature of the water at the FINA Open Water World Cup in Portugal…

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Burnell Arrives to Starting Line Late, But Still Wins 5K Aussie Title

Jack Burnell and Chelsea Gubecka won the 5 km events at the Australian Open Water Championships…

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Poort and Lee Earn Final Spots in Olympic Qualifier

Jarrod Poort and Kareena Lee both qualified to compete in the 10 km event in Setubal, Portugal in June…

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2016 Australian Open and Age Group Open Water Championships Preview

Some of the best open water swimmers in the world will compete at the 2016 Australian Open Water Championships in Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, QLD this weekend…

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Aussie’s Kareena Lee Collapses After 10k, Pulls Out of 25k in Kazan

Swimming Australia has withdrawn one of its open water swimmers from her remaining event at the 2015 FINA World Championships….


Australia’s Chelsea Gubecka So Close Yet So Far in Olympic qualifier

At just 16 years of age, Chelsea Gubecka, has the open water swimming world at her feet after mixing it with the best in the world in the 10 km FINA World Championship and Olympic qualifier in Kazan.

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Australia’s Open Water Swimmers Prepared for World Championships

Australia’s National Open Water swim coach Ron McKeon will deliver a clear message to his charges in the countdown to the start of this weekend’s FINA World Championships.

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Australia Finalizes World Championships Open Water Rosters

Gubecka is one of eight swimmers on the open water team, named by Swimming Australia, based on results from the FINA World Cup in Cozumel, Mexico and the Australian Open Water Swimming Championships earlier this year.

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