Swimming Australia

Australian OLY Committee, Swimming AUS: We Cannot Assemble OLY Team For 2020

Big-time announcement coming first from the Australian Olympic Committee, then supported by Swimming Australia regarding Tokyo 2020.


Australia Dice No Alle Olimpiadi Nel 2020 “Atleti Pronti Per 2021”

Australia favorevole al rinvio delle Olimpiadi al 2021. “Priorità alla salute, non è possibile formare una squadra per il 2020”

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L’Australia Inserisce La Skin Race Modello ISL Nel Campionato Assoluto

In Australia inizieranno domani i Campionati Nazionali in vasca corta. Nel Campionato sono state inserite due skin race, una maschile ed una femminile

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OW Swimmer Kareena Lee First Aussie Woman Nominated For 2020 Olympic Team

25-year-old Kareena Lee of the Sunshine Coast has been announced as the first female nominated to Australia’s 2020 Olympic team.


“Allenare E’ Una Forma D’Arte”, Parola Del Coach Di Ariarne Titmus

Allenare è una forma d’Arte. Lo afferma Dean Boxall, coach di Ariarne Titmus, l’adolescente australiana campionessa del mondo nei 400sl

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Il Comitato Olimpico Australiano Mette In Guardia Su Proteste Alle Olimpiadi

Il Comitato Olimpico Australiano (AOC) ha messo in guardia i suoi atleti contro l’utilizzo dei podi olimpici di Tokyo 2020 come location per proteste.

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L’Australiana Shayna Jack Assente A Gwangju Perchè Positiva A Test Antidoping

L’australiana Shayna Jack è assente ai Mondiali di Gwangju poiché pochi giorni prima è risultata positiva in un test antidoping

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FINA Invia Lettera DI Avvertimento Ad Horton E Swimming Australia Sul Caso Sun

La FINA ha inviato una lettera di avvertimento a Mack Horton e a Swimming Australia sul caso scoppiato ieri per non aver partecipato al cerimoniale

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Funding Boost Fuels Aussies Ahead Of Tokyo

In a boost to Australian athletes, including its swimmers, in the lead-up to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, the Federal Government announced a funding injection of more than $54 million over the next 2 years.

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Swimming Australia & Sponsor Optus Part Ways Pre-Tokyo

Just weeks after Swimming Australia announced that its National Training Centre (NTC) Transition Program in Canberra will be closing at the end of the 2018 calendar year, the organization has revealed it has now parted ways with major sponsor Optus.

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Australia Continues With Revised Trials Timing For 2019 Worlds

As the international swimming community looks ahead to this December’s FINA Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, the nation of Australia is plowing ahead with its Tokyo 2020 quad plan.


Swimming Australia Announces 2018 Junior Excellence Program Recipients

Australia’s Junior Excellence Program incentivizes young swimmers to push forward.

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World Top 5 Times Set on Day 1 at Mare Nostrum – Monaco

Kathleen Baker (above), Ippei Watanabe, Rikako Ikee, and Andrey Govorov all moved into the world’s top 5 this season on Saturday evening.


Cate Campbell Looking Toward Life Outside the Pool (Video)

Cate says she is fully committed to her swimming, however she will also be taking time outside of practices to focus on transitioning to life after swimming

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Cate Campbell on 50 PB – I Had the World’s Best Nap This Afternoon

Cate Campbell proved once again that ‘She’s Back’ with a monster time of 23.19 in the 50m race, splitting 11.25/11.94

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