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…
Both Cameron McEvoy and Cate Campbell posted times in the 100 freestyle at the 2015 Queensland Swimming Championships which have them sitting atop of the world rankings…
With Minna Atherton’s second backstroking gold medal in Singapore, the Australian women have now swept the Olympic distance backstroke races at Worlds and Junior Worlds.
RACE VIDEO: Watch Emily Seebohm win 100 Back at World Championships.
Swimming at the world’s highest level rarely offers second chances. So when Kathleen Baker got one at the 2015 World Championships, she took full advantage.
Katinka Hosszu reacts to her 200 IM World Record performance.
Etiene Medeiros of Brazil has recently burst onto the swimming scene, posting some incredible times in the 50 back.
Missy Franklin is the defending World and Olympic Champion in the 100 back, but Emily Seebohm has been consistently sub-59.
Emily Seebohm is just one of the Aussies featured in the Dolphins’ Townsville Grand Prix wrap-up video.
Aussie Jessica Ashwood Delights in Distance, Emma McKeon Doubles Up on Wins on Day 1 of 2015 Townsville Grand Prix
Australia’s Emma McKeon (pictured) snagged two wins on Day 1 of Australia’s Townsville Grand Prix.
Cate Campbell took the women’s 100 freestyle in a time of 53.00…
Emma McKeon was the star of the second session of the Australian Grand Prix in Canberra. McKeon collected individual gold…