With the wealth of talent ready to rumble down under, we’ll be treated to some high-octane matchups to carry us over from the thrilling ISL final.
Check out some of the impressive short course times thrown down by Australian women at their unique relay blitz this month at home.
Aussies Maddie Gough and Alexander Graham speak to the shake-ups that come from being student-athletes in the midst of lockdown.
Kareena Lee won the women’s 5km time trial Australian Championship on Monday, adding to her title in the 10km from Saturday.
25-year-old Michele Coleman pulled out a mild upset in the women’s 50m free, beating out World Championships medalists Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Cate Campbell.
Multi-Olympic gold medalist Katinka Hosszu was a decisive winner once again, this time taking on the 200m IM field to collect another gold in Budapest.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov is picking up this FINA World Cup Series cluster #2 right where he left off, as the fastest 50m freestyler of the night.
17-year-old Kaylee McKeown threw down 3 world-class times en route to making the Australian World Championships roster for Gwangju.
Kyle Chalmers already secured his World Championships qualification in the 200m free, but the 20-year-old now has his sights set on the 100m.
17-year-old Australian Lani Pallister logged a new PB in the women’s 1500m freestyle for bronze, establishing a new Australian Age Record in the process.
The 2019 Australian World Swimming Trials kicked off tonight in Brisbane, with the nation’s best vying for spots on the roster for next month’s main event.
The 6-day Australian World Trials meet taking place June 9th-14th at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre is the sole competition qualifying Australian swimmers for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.
Japanese national champion and World Championships qualifier in the men’s 200m free event, Katsuhiro Matsumoto, put down the hammer in his pet event tonight on Aussie soil. That left home swimmers, such as Cameron McEvoy, off the podium.
Doing what she does best, Cate Campbell threw down another impressive 100m freestyle performance on her home soil, taking her first gold of the inaugural Sydney Open Meet.
With just about a month to go until Australia’s World Championships Trials, Swimming New South Wales is hosting the inaugural Sydney Open this weekend at SOPAC. Not only is the 3-day competition new to the NSW calendar, but it incorporates the UniSport Australia Swimming Nationals.