A swimcest break-up and a baby boy birthday highlight our first edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
Madi Wilson, member of two Aussie medal-winning Olympic relays, is making the move from St. Peters Western to Bond to continue her quadrennial journey to Tokyo.
St. Peters Western star Emma McKeon will have a busy schedule in Budapest, having qualified for her 3rd individual event tonight.
200m backstroke winner Mitch Larkin tries the 100m distance on for size this morning in Brisbane.
Last year’s Aussie national champion across the 50m/100m/200m freestyles will try to nab his 2nd gold tonight, taking on Daniel Smith, Kyle Chalmers, David McKeon and others in the 200m freestyle event.
Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers took on his first individual event at the 2017 Australian National Championships, earning the 6th seed in the men’s 200m freestyle.
Cameron McEvoy topped the world yet again in the men’s 50m freestyle, clocking 21.55.
Madi Wilson of Australia is hoping to kick her national championship meet off right with today’s 100m backstroke.
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Kyle Chalmers, Madi Wilson, Cameron McEvoy, and Maddie Groves will all be sitting out the 2016 World SC Championships, despite earning spots on the team at the Australian Short Course Championships this week.
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Aussie Olympic medalists Madi Wilson (pictured) and Bronte Barratt were both hospitalized in Rio today for separate illnesses. Wilson suffered abdominal pain, while Barratt has contracted pneumonia.
The Australian team, anchored by the Campbell sisters took down the world record in tonight’s 4 x 100 free relay.
The Australian women scored a new Olympic record this morning, and the world record is well within reach tonight.
Like many of the best coaches in the world how Michael Bohl has achieved success is no secret or is it some complicated formula…