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.
Analyzing the start list for the 2019 Swimming Australia World Trials, an absence in the women’s 200m fly by Olympian Madeleine (Maddie) Groves is certainly notable.
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Cate Campbell, Kyle Chalmers, Cameron McEvoy and Mack Horton are all slated to dive into the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre pool to get some racing in and take home national championship hardware.
Aussie Emily Seebohm will be opting out of the Australian National Championships, but is on-board with both the FINA Champions Series, as well as the International Swimming League.
Backstroking and IM ace Mitch Larkin told the Australian Associated Press today, “I got the FINA invite but I said no.”
After originally being left off of the start-studded line-up selected by FINA for its Champions Series, Australian Olympic medalist Bronte Campbell has reportedly now been asked to join the fold.
La nuova FINA Champions Swim Series partirà a breve ed arrivano le prime indiscrezioni sui possibili atleti partecipanti. Il primo…
Both Maddie Groves and Cate Campbell speak to the ‘awkward timing’ of the FINA Champions Series.
A temporary, yet powerful training collaboration is about to go down at Griffith University later this week under storied Aussie coach Michael Bohl.
Alexander Graham and Maddie Groves each earned prestigious awards from Bond University in Australia for their swimming efforts over the past year.
Kyle Chalmers is set to race the 50m free, 100m free and 200m free at the Aussie Short Course Championships kicking off on Thursday of this week.
Japanese teenage sensation Rikako Ikee is tied for the fastest time in the world this year in the women’s 100 butterfly (56.23).