Catch up on swim happenings from around the world in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Australia, Germany and more.
I Campionati Nazionali Australiani, programmati per Aprile 2021, seguiranno lo stesso orario dei Giochi, con le qualifiche la sera e le finali al mattino
Swimming Australia announced that the 2021 Australian Swimming Championships are now slated for April 14th-18th at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre.
An independent national study conducted in Australia found that swimming provides some head-turning figures in terms of per annum community impact.
The Australian government has pledged a $54.5 million investment, which is aimed at continuing support of Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls.
Swimming Australia si sta preparando ad adottare misure di riduzione dei costi per mitigare l’impatto finanziario della pandemia COVID-19.
Though swimmers were recently allowed to return to training, the staff within the organization have taken pay and hours cuts, with more on the horizon.
Jacco Verhaeren lascia il ruolo di capo allenatore della Nazionale Australiana e torna in Europa. A Settembre verrà sostituito da Rohan Taylor.
Swimming Australia has confirmed Verhaeren will keep to his plan of leaving this year and hand over the reins to a stalwart of Aussie swimming, Rohan Taylor.
Big-time announcement coming first from the Australian Olympic Committee, then supported by Swimming Australia regarding Tokyo 2020.
Australia favorevole al rinvio delle Olimpiadi al 2021. “Priorità alla salute, non è possibile formare una squadra per il 2020”
Swimming Australia published a formal statement addressing the impact of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak, including a call for level playing field.
Gold Medalist Kyle Chalmers will see the 2020 Olympic Trials for Australia be held at his home pool, the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre.
25-year-old Kareena Lee of the Sunshine Coast has been announced as the first female nominated to Australia’s 2020 Olympic team.
19-year-old Ariarne Titmus has been nominated for Australia’s prestigious Don Award, partly due to her gold medal-winning 400m free performance in Gwangju.