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.
With just 6% of the Australian roster for this summer’s Pan Pacific Championships stemming from New South Wales (NSW), Swimming Australia is once again facing the question of how to keep emerging talent from leaving the state.
Hear what Cate Campbell, Taylor McKeown and others have to say about what makes their coaches tick.
Cameron McEvoy, the fastest 100m freestyler ever in a textile suit, is leaving his longtime training home at Bond under Richard Scarce in his quest for another Olympic bid.
Aussie Olympian Thomas Fraser-Holmes was suspended 12 months for having missed 3 doping tests in 2016/17, but made it back in the pool this morning.
2016 Olympic medalist Hilary Caldwell has announced her retirement from swimming.
The Mighty St Peters Western Club, show no signs of slowing down and have started the year like no other. The Powerhouse Club located in Indooroopilly, Queensland, Australia have been producing some incredible results this year already, and its only April.
Do-it-all girl Emma McKeon of Australia was originally poised for a 7-event schedule at the Commonwealth Games, but has decided to give herself a little breathing room.
Japanese flyer and IM specialist Daiya Seto has been quietly making moves on the breaststroke front.
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“Maddie adhered to this process and this was a critical element of why she has been cleared,” said Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson.
Lithuanian Olympic champion from 2012, Ruta Meilutyte, and Japanese Olympic medalist in Rio, Daiya Seto, have both been training in the Gold Coast at Griffith University.