With the wealth of talent ready to rumble down under, we’ll be treated to some high-octane matchups to carry us over from the thrilling ISL final.
The New York Breakers have an updated roster – as expected, six Australian team members no longer appear, with seven new European swimmers now listed.
The NY Breakers struggled for relay depth last year, but an almost-totally revamped roster adds sprinters Cameron McEvoy, Jeanette Ottesen & Matt Richards.
18-year-old Kaylee McKeown closed out a heck of a South Aussie State Championships meet, clocking a 50m free personal best to end her campaign.
Kyle Chalmers is racking up the meters this weekend at the 2020 South Australian State Championships, tonight taking on the 100m fly and 200m free.
Kyle Chalmers is staking his claim on the men’s 100m free early, topping the world rankings for 2020 with a solid 47.99 to kick-off his Tokyo run.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.
La stagione inaugurale della ISL si avvia agli scontri finali. Vediamo quali sono state le migliori performance e gli atleti che hanno accumulato più punti
After compiling the top times and top scoring swimmers, the Cali Condors look strong to take the US derby while the Roar/Energy battle is still one week away.
Mikkayla Sheridan (above) and Brendon Smith will be the 4th and 5th Australian swimmers to represent the New York Breakers this year.
Chad Le Clos busted out his 145th FINA World Cup Series gold medal tonight in Doha, Qatar, getting his hand on the wall first in the men’s 200m fly.
Kyle Chalmers already secured his World Championships qualification in the 200m free, but the 20-year-old now has his sights set on the 100m.
Ariarne Titmus lurks among the women’s 200m freestyle field, holding the fastest time ever performed by an Aussie with a seeded 1:54.30 National Record.
The 2019 Australian World Swimming Trials kicked off tonight in Brisbane, with the nation’s best vying for spots on the roster for next month’s main event.
The 6-day Australian World Trials meet taking place June 9th-14th at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre is the sole competition qualifying Australian swimmers for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea.