Swimming Australia just released its roster headed to Hawaii at the end of August for the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships.
After tonight’s results in the women’s 100 freestyle semi-final it is not a stretch to think that the Australian women could knock a significant chunk of time off the world record…
Six athletes were added to the Olympic team on day five of the Australian Championships…
Olympic team spots in the men’s 100 freestyle and 200 breaststroke as well as the women’s 200 butterfly are up for grabs in tonight’s finals…
Emma McKeon’s fantastic performance in the 200 freestyle is just on of the big things that happened on Sunday night in Adelaide…
James Magnussen (pictured) and Cameron McEvoy will take on the 100 free on day 4, with youngster Kyle Chalmers also in the mix in one of the nation’s strongest events.
Alicia Coutts was one of many swimmers to make their way into the world top 10 rankings today, swimming a sixth in the world 2:12.05 in the 200 IM.
Although not a lightning-fast time, James Magnussen returns to his sprinting ways, making tonight’s 50m freestyle final at the Victorian Open.
Larkin and McKeon are two Aussies on fire in Melbourne.
Swimming Queensland scored the state title, with a little help from Emily Seebohm’s Brisbane Grammar.
Campbell was all smiles after becoming the first woman under 51 seconds.
Matthew Wilson breaks his own Australian Age Group Record and will potentially fill national void in 200m Breaststroke
Kyle Chalmers and Tamsin Cook helped bring the Aussie gold medal total to 7 after 4 days of competition at the 2015 FINA World Junior Championships.
Kyle Chalmers, silver medalist from the 2015 FINA World Championships, will headline the Aussie team as one of the ‘ones to watch’ on the international stage.
16-year old Kyle Chalmers will race a relay at the World Championships in Kazan, and then heads to Singapore for the Junior World Championships.