Kyle Chalmers is staking his claim on the men’s 100m free early, topping the world rankings for 2020 with a solid 47.99 to kick-off his Tokyo run.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.
Emma Barksdale (above) was the 2019 SEC Champion in the women’s 400 yard IM, while Neale is an Olympic relay silver medalist for Australia.
Individual 200 free entrant Allison Schmitt will contest the prelims of the women’s 4×200 free relay on day five in Gwangju.
Aussie Emma McKeon says she’s stronger than ever and is ready to tackle a monster schedule at the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju.
20-year-old Shayna Jack of St. Peters Western announced via Instagram today, July 14th, that she is withdrawing from the World Championships.
Chris Mooney (right) is mic’d up while training Leah Neale and Kaylee McKeown, 2 Australian women primed to make some noise in Gwangju.
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On the bubble the entire week, reigning 400m free Olympic champion Mack Horton was named to the Australian roster for the 2019 World Championships.
Want to see 3 sub-53’s in the women’s 100 freestyle? Check out the stunner of a race that took place in Brisbane tonight.
Cate Campbell surged to the wall first in a historic women’s 100m free final tonight in Brisbane, which saw 3 women go under 53.
Ariarne Titmus lurks among the women’s 200m freestyle field, holding the fastest time ever performed by an Aussie with a seeded 1:54.30 National Record.
The 6-day Australian World Trials meet taking place June 9th-14th at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre is the sole competition qualifying Australian swimmers for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
With just about a month to go until Australia’s World Championships Trials, Swimming New South Wales is hosting the inaugural Sydney Open this weekend at SOPAC. Not only is the 3-day competition new to the NSW calendar, but it incorporates the UniSport Australia Swimming Nationals.
Following up on his 100m free win from last night, 20-year-old Kyle Chalmers punched the fastest in-season 200m free of his career.