Kieren Perkins

Neill Takes 800 Free Bronze And Becomes 7th Fastest Aussie Performer Ever

Australia’s Thomas Neill entered these Championships as a viable contender but has already established himself as a bona fide budding freestyle superstar. 

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Olympic Champion Kieren Perkins Returns To Swimming Australia Board

Sport Australia Hall of Fame member Kieren Perkins, OAM, returns to the Swimming Australia Board as a non-executive director, effective immediately.

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Les Campbell quittent Brisbane pour Sydney avec coach et bagages

Simon Cusack et les Campbell sisters (Bronte à gauche, Cate à droite) devraient entrer dans leurs fonctions début janvier, au sein du centre Northern Metropolitan. 

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Metella oublie de partir, Dotto oublie de revenir, et Miressi devient champion d’Europe du 100

Mehdy Metella a terminé troisième du 100m nage libre des Championnats d’Europe, à Glasgow.

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Sarah Sjostrom – Queen Of All The Sprints

Sarah Sjostrom had a remarkable World Championships in Budapest. She broke the World Records in the 50m and 100m freestyles, winning gold and silver in the individual events.

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Historie: Gross, Hoffmann bei WM 1991 im ersten gesamtdeutschen Team

In einem Artikel auf sport1.de erinnert Sportreporter Wolfgang Kleine an die Schwimm-WM im Januar 1991 in Perth – dort war…

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Swimming Breaks Through List of Australia’s Most-Watched TV Broadcasts

Forget The Beatles and “Star Wars”…it’s Grant Hackett who ranks higher on Australia’s most-watched TV shows from the 20th centry.

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Commonwealth Games Flashback: Kieren Perkins Rocks the 800 & 1500m Freestyle World Records

20 years ago at the 1994 Commonwealth Games Kieren Perkins thrilled the swimming world by smashing two world records in one race

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Jacqueline Freney Wins “Young Australian of the Year” Award for 2014

Australian Paralympic Champion Jacqueline Freney has been named the 2014 Young Australian of the Year: a massive honor that transcends the…

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