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Katie Ledecky is so far ahead of the rest of the world’s best, the 800 free has become a race between Ledecky and her personal best times.
Leah Smith is the favorite for silver– is she also the favorite to join Ledecky under 4:00 in Rio?
Cate Campbell recorded a 24.04 in the 50 freestyle and went on to post a 23.59 relay split while Jame Magnussen swam his fastest 100 freestyle since having shoulder surgery last June…
Lauren Boyle (above) and Glenn Snyders become the 3rd and 4th New Zealand swimmers to qualify for 3 Olympic Games.
See the controversial 200 free finish at French Elite Nationals down below.
Lauren Boyle, Kane Radford, and Sophie Pascoe were among the honorees at yesterday’s Swimming New Zealand Awards.
On day 3 in Auckland, 20-year-old Bradlee Ashby raked in an Olympic-qualifying time in the men’s 200m IM, taking the event in a time of 1:59.76.
Right off the bat on day 1 of New Zealand’s Olympic Trials, Kiwi stand-out Lauren Boyle nailed a qualifying time for Rio by racing her way to an 800m freestyle victory.
Stacked talent awaits in Sydney at the 2016 NSW Open Championships starting Thursday.
Every Olympic cycle brings more stories of aged sprinters, but where are they in the long races?
Today at the FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat- Nice, Katinka Hosszu posted the fastest time in the world this season in the 200 IM.
Emily Seebohm a fantastic 2015 season winning gold in both the 100 and 200 backstroke in Kazan.
Lauren Boyle has been nominated for the hotly contested High Performance Sportswoman of the Year. She is joined by nine other athletes in the category including marathon swimmer Kimberley Chambers and 2014 winner Lydia Ko.