Australia has produced a staggering seven different swimmers who have broken 53 seconds in the women’s 100 freestyle since the beginning of 2010.
Grant Stoelwinder, who coached Olympic medalists and World Record breakers in Australia, died in January. He was 52 years old.
In recent years, the Australians would’ve been capable of swimming a time nearly three seconds under the existing world record in the mixed 400 free relay.
Emma McKeon is 4-for-4 in terms of podium finishes thus far at Tokyo 2020 and could collect up to 3 more before the Games end.
With her 2nd Olympic gold of the meet, Ariarne Titmus has put herself in the running for a record-breaking medal haul in Tokyo.
Three women cracked the 56-second barrier in the LCM 100 fly, threatening Sarah Sjostrom’s 55.48 world record. But is Sjostrom’s Olympic title also in danger?
Britta Steffen set the World Record in the 50 freestyle at the 2009 World Championships in Rome when she took a massive 0.23 off of the four-month-old mark.
With two gold medals Sunday, Simone Manuel separated herself from the group of eight women who had previously won six medals in a single meet.
The International Swimming Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2018 inductees which will include 10 names to be…
With her third consecutive 1500 free title, Katie Ledecky has passed Missy Franklin for the most gold medals in long course World Championships history, holding a dozen world titles in as many appearances.
Katie Ledecky has tied Missy Franklin for the most long course World Championships in history.
Almost two-thirds of voters predicted that Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom would win four gold medals at the 2017 World Championships.
Sarah Sjostrom has been under 24 seconds in the 50 free a whopping six times in the last few months, three times as much as anyone has ever been.
Swimming Australia is excited to announce it has opened its bidding process for the next four years of domestic events,…
“I was blown away to be up there with the likes of Dawn Fraser and the other wonderful icons of our sport…