Peter Bishop

Gold Medalist Chalmers Most Likely Hanging Up Goggles Post-Tokyo

Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has new career plans for after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.


Chalmers & Bishop Lure Olympians Elmslie & Wilson To Marion

Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers’ home club of Marion has gained 2 Olympians in the form of Madi Wilson and Brittany Elmslie.


Olympic Champion Kyle Chalmers Makes Quiet Post-Surgery Racing Return

19-year-old Kyle Chalmers competed last weekend, marking his first race since having heart surgery.


Olympic Champion Chalmers May Be Out Of NSW C’ships Due To Illness

2016 Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers is suffering from a respiratory infection, putting the rest of his NSW Championship campaign in doubt.

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Chalmers’ Coach Peter Bishop To Head Up South Australian Sports Inst.

Peter Bishop, coach of 100m freestyle Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers, will take over as Head Coach of the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI).

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2016 Swammy Awards: International Coaches Of The Year

fter finishing second at the men’s 2016 NCAA Championships, Durden put five swimmers on the American men’s Olympic team, all of which went on to make an Olympic final.


Olympic 400 IM Finalist Mahoney Makes Move To Marion Swimming Club

Travis Mahoney, 7th place finisher in the men’s 400 IM in Rio, is making the move to Marion Swimming Club, home of Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.

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Win With SwimOutlet And Funky Trunks

Aussie Funky Trunks athlete Jack Gerrard won bronze in the Men’s 400 Free Relay at Windsor on Day 1.

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Chalmers Showered With Australian Awards For Rio Breakthrough

Kyle Chalmers, Australian stud who was just named South Australia’s Sports Institute’s ‘Male Athlete of the Year.’

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Chalmers’ Absence From Windsor Roster Not Due To Health Concerns

Kyle Chalmers is one of several Australian megastars who have made themselves unavailable for next month’s Short Course World Championships.

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Olympic Champion Kyle Chalmers Staying Put In Adelaide

Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has declined an offer to change clubs, instead deciding to stay close to home.

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