We asked eight swammers how swimming is still with them, even years after retirement.
Chris O’Shea of Three Village Swim Club has signed with West Virginia University to finish his three remaining years of eligibility.
Leigh Russell has been appointed as CEO of Swimming Australia, marking the first woman to hold the role within the organization.
Swimming Australia has retained global executive search firm Odgers Berndston to assist in its search for a new CEO.
Despite the 2018 Commonwealth Games headed to the Gold Coast, Australia next April, Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson has announced his departure.
Swimming Australia would like to formally congratulate Nicole Livingstone OAM, who has overnight been appointed as the head of Women’s Football and will join the AFL on December 4, to take on the challenge of growing and managing the NAB AFL Women’s Competition and female football participation.
“Maddie adhered to this process and this was a critical element of why she has been cleared,” said Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson.
Australia will swim at the Canadian Open Championships instead of the IPC World Championships, if/when they get rescheduled.
“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.
Will much fanfare, but little suspense, Swimming Australia announced the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre as the host of the 2018…
“We have been informed that Thomas Fraser-Holmes will be appealing the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, as is his right,” reads a portion of Swimming Australia’s statement on the athlete’s 12-month ban.
Thirteen divers from eight universities have been selected to represent the United States at the World University Games in Taipei,…
Swimming Australia is excited to announce it has opened its bidding process for the next four years of domestic events,…
Swimming Australia has released an official statement following the report that 3 of its high-profile athletes face possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.
The Texas Longhorns project to return the most individual points, but are likely to face a stiffer contest in their quest next year for a fourth-straight NCAA title.