It’s been almost 20 years since Grant Hackett beat Kieran Perkins at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney in the 1500 free. Hackett turns 40 on Saturday.
With only a three-year gap between the Tokyo and Paris Games, the 27-year-old is thinking of aiming for a record five Olympic appearances.
Aussie Thomas Neill had a heck of a meet at these World Juniors, crushing his personal bests en route to 3 individual medals.
Danas Rapsys moved to #1 in the world with his 1:45.12 in the men’s 200 free.
The state of Queensland has been the home of some of Australia’s top swimmers such as; Libby Trickett, Cate Campbell,…
Kieran Perkins and Susie O’Neill will be among the Sport Australia Hall of Fame athletes to provide mentoring for five…
It has been more then a week since Australian swimmer Brenton Rickard decided to hang up his goggles and call it a career… (Photo Credit, Tim Binning, theswimpictures)