Seebohm was one of three Swimming Australia-associated members honored at this week’s ASPAs Awards.
Swimming Australia Chief Executive Officer Mark Anderson says the Perth Aquatic Super Series will kick start a massive year of swimming for the Dolphins.
Swimming Australia announced this week that it has extended the contract of National Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren through the next Olympic cycle ending in 2020.
The final 2 days of the Texas Diving Invite saw ASU’s Mara Aiacoboae on top of the podium again after winning the women’s 10-meter. On the men’s side, Texas All-American Mark Anderson won both the 3-meter and 10-meter events.
Mark Anderson, Swimming Australia CEO, responds to claims his organization “works kids too hard.”
The American duo of Mark Anderson and Samantha Bromberg took home 13th place in the Mixed 10-meter Synchronized Diving event at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships.
Australian swim coach Denis Cotterell escaped punishment in Swimming Australia’s investigation into one of his former assistants, but the Gold Coast Bulletin reports that local parents aren’t happy with that outcome.
Nine Australian national sporting organizations have not met the standard set by the ASC in the area of inclusion within their board memberships…
It has just been announced that Swimming Australia’s head of high performance, Michael Scott, has resigned and will take on the new role of Chief Executive Officer at Rowing Australia.
The Potbelleez and Hot Dub Time Machine who will perform at the 2015 BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series…
The Texas Longhorns nabbed three of the conference’s four awards for the week.
Cory Bowersox and Zach Nees posted the meet’s top-scoring dive in the fifth round that yielded 87.78 points from the judges.
Kansas’ Chelsie Miller was named the Big 12 women’s swimmer of the week for her performances at the Kansas Classic.
Swimming Australia will announce next week that because of a $300,000 budget shortfall that they will not be able to pay swimmers their performance bonuses…
Ariel Rittenhouse (Santa Cruz, Calif.) and Amanda Burke (Southampton, Pa./State College, Pa.) won the bronze medal in synchronized 3-meter Tuesday…