Emily Seebohm qualified for tonight’s semi-final in the women’s 100 back at the 2015 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships in Sydney.
Mitch Larkin continued on his tear on day two of the 2014 Australian Short Course Championships in Adelaide, and broke…
Emily Seebohm will be looking to add to her Commonwealth Games medal total in all three backstroke events…
The defending Commonwealth Games champion in the 200 backstroke, Meagen Nay, has dropped out of the 2014 meet a week before staging is set to begin in Manchester, England for Team Australia.
After a rousing first day at the 2014 Australia Grand Prix 2 in Brisbane, day 2 had many of the…
Ash Delaney will be among a handful of Australians given an opportunity to qualify for the Pan Pac Championships at the LA Invitational in July.
Jessica Ashwood returned to the pool on the second night of competition at the New South Wales State Championships in Sydney winning the women’s 400 freestyle in an impressive fashion…
Cate Campbell is two seconds faster than she was at this meet last year, which should be scary for the world’s sprinters.
Cate Campell (featured image with sister Bronte) was a 51.67 to win the 100 free in Singapore. That moves her ahead of Emma McKeon as the second-fastest Australian in history.
Another night of great racing at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia concluded with the most impressive swim of the competition so far… (Photo Credit: Tim BInning, theswimpictures)
Russian Vlad Morozov won the 100 freestyle at the World University Games in a stunning 47.62, the second fastest time in the world this year nine one-hundredths of a second behind James Magnussen
The hometown fans in Kazan, Russia certainly had something to cheer about on the fourth night of the World University Games as the Russian athletes put themselves on the top position of the podium in three out of the seven finals of the evening.
Georgia’s Melanie Margalis used a great back-half on her 200 IM to pull away for the top seed on Friday morning in Kazan. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Australian Christian Sprenger broke a Queensland All-Comers Record in the 100 breaststroke at the Queensland State Championships (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)