With the wealth of talent ready to rumble down under, we’ll be treated to some high-octane matchups to carry us over from the thrilling ISL final.
Check out some of the impressive short course times thrown down by Australian women at their unique relay blitz this month at home.
Lani Pallister, durante il primo giorno del Queensland Championships 2020, ha stabilito il record nazionale negli 800 metri stile libero femminili.
St. Peters Western star Mitch Larkin took on 2 events to start his QLD SC Championships campaign, with the Olympic medalist coming up golden in both of them.
While competing on day 1 of the 2020 Queensland Championships, Lani Pallister crushed a new senior Australian National Record in the women’s 800m freestyle.
Queensland, Australia will have some swimmers in the water this weekend, as the Brisbane Aquatic Center is hosting a short course preparation meet.
Just as he has done at the 2017 and 2019 World Championships, Caeleb Dressel is slated for three finals swims on Day 7 in Tokyo.
Australia: Al via nel fine settimana i Campionati nazionali del South Wales. Ai blocchi di partenza gran parte della nazionale australiana
At NSW Open C’ships, the Aussies will look to respond to several world-leading times thrown down by Americans recently at the Pro Swim Series in Des Moines.
Aussie men and women will be heading to their annual National Event Camps next month, with high-profile coaches such as Michael Bohl & Dean Boxall.
Teen Lani Pallister showed her open water swimming prowess by winning her 2nd consecutive gold in the annual Lorne Pier to Pub race.
After 3 World Record and 2 World Championship gold medals, American Regan Smith was a runaway choice for the 2019 World Female Jr. Swimmer of the Year award.
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.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.