“I want to be like Leisel Jones and be one of the best Australians ever seen and go to four Olympics – there (would be) nothing better,” says Seebohm looking ahead to the near future.
Now that the World Championships in Budapest have come to a close, let’s take a look back at the numbers and see what’s interesting.
Yuliya Efimova’s 1:04.03 breast leg was the fastest in history in the women’s 400 medley relay.
June 23 marks Olympic Day, a holiday dedicated to the Olympic movement and its three pillars: move, learn and discover. To celebrate, we’re giving swim fans a chance to move (their mouse to scroll lower down this page), learn (about the most-decorated Olympic swimmers of all-time) and discover (some swimming legends they may not have previously known).
Australia’s “Lethal” Leisel Jones has been named to the International Swimming Hall of Fame class of 2017. She’s the 15th person,…
“I was blown away to be up there with the likes of Dawn Fraser and the other wonderful icons of our sport…
Taylor McKeown from Australia leads the women’s 200m breaststrokers into Thursday night’s final.
Counting finals swims only, Katinka Hosszu’s world-record-smashing 400 IM was by far the most dominant swim of night one.
Lilly King came through in an electric 100m breaststroke final.
By qualifying for the 200 butterfly final Michael Phelps becomes the first swimmer to make the Olympic final in the same event in five consecutive Games…
Cate Campbell stole the spotlight at the Australian Grand Prix on Saturday evening breaking the world record in the women’s 100 freestyle…
Japan’s Rie Kaneto rocks a new All Comers and Japanese National Record in 200m breaststroke while competing at the Aquatic Super Series – 2:20.04 at 27 years old.
Alicia Coutts was one of many swimmers to make their way into the world top 10 rankings today, swimming a sixth in the world 2:12.05 in the 200 IM.
Leisel Jones was the first Australian swimmer to compete at four Olympic Games. She is now being inducted into Sports Australia’s Hall of Fame.
Now-retired Australian breaststroking champion, Leisel Jones, shares stories of how she battled depression, thoughts of suicide, even while on top of her game.