Leisel Jones

Swimmers define Dominance in Rio

Counting finals swims only, Katinka Hosszu’s world-record-smashing 400 IM was by far the most dominant swim of night one.


Lilly King Breaks Olympic Record, Wins Heated 100 Breast Final

Lilly King came through in an electric 100m breaststroke final.


Phelps Becomes the First to Reach Five Consecutive Finals

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…


Campbell One of Several Strong Performances at Australian Grand Prix

Cate Campbell stole the spotlight at the Australian Grand Prix on Saturday evening breaking the world record in the women’s 100 freestyle…

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Rie Kaneto Races To 200 Breast All Comers, New JPN National Record

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.


Multiple Swimmers Crack Top 10 Rankings At Final Day Of Victorian Open

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 To Be Inducted Into Sports Australia Hall Of Fame

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.

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Aussie Leisel Jones Releases Book On Her Battle With Depression

Now-retired Australian breaststroking champion, Leisel Jones, shares stories of how she battled depression, thoughts of suicide, even while on top of her game.


Cate Campbell Looking Beyond Rio

Aussie sprinting mega-star Cate Campbell has a vision of her career extending well beyond 2016.

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Retired Swimmer Leisel Jones Now Tackles Reality TV

Australian retired swimming superstar Leisel Jones debuted on the reality TV show, “I’m a Celebrity-Get Me Out of Here”, which…


FINA Coaches Golden Clinic recap: insights into training for Le Clos, Van der Burgh, Jones, Heemskerk, Belmonte

Chad le Clos’s coach said the butterflyer would train 10,000 meters a day in between sessions of the World Cup tour this past season.


Widmer Takes Over as Head Coach of Swimming Queensland

At the end of 2012 when Stephan Widmer‘s contract with the Queensland Academy of Sport had expired the Swiss born coach…

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Schlanger and Wright Tie the Knot

Australian Olympians Melanie Schlanger and Chris Wright were married over the weekend…


Commonwealth Games Preview – Women’s Butterfly

Australian star Alicia Coutts looks to add two more gold to the five she collected in Delhi…