Follow the Australian swim team on their social media accounts during their Olympic adventures.
The US men and women both lead the Olympic swimming psych sheets for seeds in the top-3, but Australia isn’t too far behind for second in both.
Emily Seebohm is the favorite to win the 100 back and grab the Olympic gold that she missed in 2012.
If the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara is a harbinger for what’s left to come this summer then undoubtedly…
Fast swims keep on dropping at the Arena Pro Swim Series day 2. The swimmings been fast and exciting with…
A strong interenational field has descended on the George Haines Internatial Swim Center in Santa Clara for the 2016 Arena…
Nathan Adrian has swept the 50 and 100 freestyles at 4 of 5 Arena Pro Swim Series stops so far. Can he beat Australia’s former world champ James Magnussen and junior world record-holder Kyle Chalmers to do it again in Santa Clara?
The Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Santa Clara will feature a large crew of foreign superstars, including world record-holder Sun Yang and world champ Emily Seebohm.
Key Aussie Olympians, including Mitch Larkin, are headed to Santa Clara to compete in the Arena Pro Swim Series meet early June.
We’ll get our first glimpse of the Campbell sisters’ speed, as both Cate and Bronte headline the women’s 100m freestyle prelims in Adelaide.
We’ve reached the halfway point of the 2016 Australian National Championships, which are also serving as the nation’s Olympic Trials, and it’s time to take a look back at some of the quotes from Australia’s top athletes.
Both of Australia’s reigning world champion backstrokers – Mitch Larkin and Emily Seebohm – are set to take on heats of the 100 back on day 2 of the Australian Olympic Trials.
Hard not to swim-nerd out over some of the eye-popping times thrown down in Sydney on night 1 of the NSW Open Championships.
Swimming Australia Chief Executive Officer Mark Anderson says the Perth Aquatic Super Series will kick start a massive year of swimming for the Dolphins.
Mitch Larkin set a new all comers record in the 200 backstroke at the Queensland Championships posting a time of 1:53.72…