Aussie men and women will be heading to their annual National Event Camps next month, with high-profile coaches such as Michael Bohl & Dean Boxall.
Newly-minted SCM 100 backstroke World Record holder Minna Atherton leads the Swimming Australia award nominations announced this week.
Dean Boxall has proven he has a special connection with his athletes and possesses the ability to conjure their best performances.
Next month, 3x Olympic Gold Medalist and 5x World Record Holder Stephanie Rice will be inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
World Champion and Olympic medalist Emily Seebohm of Australia has moved her training home less than one year out from the 2020 Olympic Games.
Aussie Shayna Jack shockingly withdrew from World Championships earlier this week, leaving more questions than answers about the situation.
Swimming Australia Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren is leaving his post after Tokyo, which leaves a much sought-after role vacant.
Olympic silver medalist Maddie Groves has confirmed she has moved from long-time coach Michael Bohl to Rackley, now under Damien Jones.
It looks as though 24-year-old Olympic silver medalist Maddie Groves will not be competing in Brisbane this weekend after all.
Simon Cusack earned his 3rd ASCTA Coach of the Year Award, primarily for his work with fostering Cate Campbell’s powerful post-Rio return.
A temporary, yet powerful training collaboration is about to go down at Griffith University later this week under storied Aussie coach Michael Bohl.
World record holder Shayna Jack will not be following her training partners, Cate and Bronte Campbell, to New South Wales.
“This is very, very important..this meet (the Pan Pacs)….for the next two years,” says St. Peters Western coach Dean Boxall.
Australian Olympic bronze medalist in the 200m free will be dropping the event from her Pan Pacs line-up.
Earlier this year speedster Cameron McEvoy of Australia announced he would be changing training homes, leaving Richard Scarce at Bond. He has now made his unexpected decision on where he’ll see out the remainder of the Olympic quad.