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Cate Campbell tied her world leading 52.38 in the 100 freestyle on day 2 of the Japan Open.
Cameron McEvoy will headline the men’s 200 free at day 1 prelims of the Japan Open.
Cameron McEvoy had an eventful first day in Tokyo which included his hotel being rattled by an earthquake and his Twitter account being hacked…
Bronte Barratt and Alicia Coutts, who will both retire after Rio, qualified for their third Olympic team…
There were several storylines coming out of the second day of preliminaries in Adelaide, but here are what we saw as three of the biggest…
The depth in the women’s events will make several of the races at Australian Olympic Trials extremely exciting…
Stacked talent awaits in Sydney at the 2016 NSW Open Championships starting Thursday.
Magnussen was pleased to receive the news on a Australian holiday
Larkin’s exceptional swim highlighted a night of record-setting performances
New Australian and Commonwealth Records for double world champion Mitch Larkin tonight in Tokyo.
The biggest names in the sport, including Bronte and Cate Campbell, Emily Seebohm, Mitch Larkin, Cameron McEvoy, Jess Ashwood, Madi Wilson, Mack Horton, Ben Treffers, Jake Packard, Brianna Throssell and dual Olympic champion Grant Hackett will all be in action.
Australians Taylor McKeown and Leah Neale both set meet records on day 5 of Brazil’s Jose Finkel Trophy, along with Brazilian Leonardo de Deus.
Bruno Fratus clocked the only sub-22 50m freestyle on day 3 of the 2015 Jose Finkel Trophy.
Nicolas Oliveira was tonight’s winner of the men’s 200m freestyle event at the 2015 Jose Finkel Trophy.