“Maddie adhered to this process and this was a critical element of why she has been cleared,” said Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson.
As reported back in May of this year, 3 Australian Olympians were named as having missed 3 drug tests over a 12-month…
“Now, facing one year ineligibility for this, from the sport and a way of life I’ve dedicated so much to over the past years, it has been a very tough pill to swallow, however I’ve chose to accept and respect the situation,” says now-suspended Australian open water athlete Jarrod Poort.
For the first time at a Commonwealth Games, samples taken from in-competition tests in 2018 will remain in storage for future use.
2 of the 3 Australian Olympian missing whereabouts cases are still unresolved.
Storied Australian coach Michael Bohl, who led Emma McKeon to a record 6 medals at a World Championships, is making the move from St. Peters Western to Griffith.
Emma McKeon has collected 2 silvers thus far, but the nation of Australia is still seeking its first gold of these championships.
Thomas Fraser-Holmes is appealing his 12-month ban for having missed 3 drug tests over a 12-month period.
Swedish Olympic gold medalist Sarah Sjostrom took on the Campbell sister titans in the women’s 100m freestyle and won, clocking the 4th fastest time ever in the process.
Aussie speedster James Magnussen made his post-Rio debut today in Monaco, notching the 2nd seed in the 100m freestyle in 49.29.
Australian media is reporting that 3 notable Australian swimmers are facing possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.
Two-time Australian Olympian Thomas Fraser-Holmes is joining the likes of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen in not competing at Aussie Nationals and, therefore, not in Budapest.
Australian Olympic medalist Maddie Groves is spending the next few months training with David Marsh’s SwimMAC Carolina Team Elite in the…
Two world records for Cate Campbell helped propel her to the top of the Oceanic swimming contingency.
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National swimming champions Jenna Strauch and Laura Taylor have been awarded the celebrated Georgina Hope Rinehart Swimming Excellence Scholarship to study at Bond University in 2017.