For the second consecutive year, Australia’s Matt Wilson has earned the Swammy Award for the Oceania Male Swimmer of the Year.
In a stacked women’s 50m free final down under, Olympian Cate Campbell roared to the wall first, touching in a mark of 23.68.
Griffith’s Emma McKeon made her mark in a big way already at these Virtual Australian Championships, topping a stacked women’s 100m free field in style.
The New York Breakers have an updated roster – as expected, six Australian team members no longer appear, with seven new European swimmers now listed.
At NSW Open C’ships, the Aussies will look to respond to several world-leading times thrown down by Americans recently at the Pro Swim Series in Des Moines.
Refresh yourself on the big international swims from February as we take a look at how the men’s world rankings were affected.
Catch up on action from the final day of the 2020 Vic Open, where Zac Stubblety-Cook, Cheslea Hodges and more were in the water.
Day 1 of the 2020 Vic Open is done and dusted with Cameron McEvoy, Jack McLoughlin and Jess Hansen among the gold medalists.
Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook unleashed the fastest 200m breast time of his career last December. Let’s see what the man has up his sleeve at the Vic Open.
The final day of racing in Beijing will see many of the same matches from Shenzhen, including Vladimir Morozov and countrymate Andrei Minakov in the 100 Free
After a narrow victory over Sun Yang on Day 1 in the 200 free, Lithuanian Danas Rapsys will rematch the crowd favorite on Day 2 in Shenzhen in the 400.
Newly-minted SCM 100 backstroke World Record holder Minna Atherton leads the Swimming Australia award nominations announced this week.
17-year-old Gabriella Peiniger continued her impressive swimming at Aussie SC Championships, taking the women’s 200m IM national title.
Joseph Schooling came within tenths of the Singaporean national record in the 200m IM in the morning and followed up with 50 fly gold at night in Melbourne.
The 2019 Australian Short Course Championships kicked off in Melbourne today, with 16-year-old Thomas Hauck nailing his first-ever senior national title.