Swimming Queensland

Swimming Queensland Headed For Funding Cuts Despite Olympic Success

Swimming Queensland is reportedly facing a cut in funding, despite constituents’ enormous success at the 2020 Olympic Games.


Qualifiers From Last Year’s Queensland SC C’ships Earn Berth At 2020 Edition

Swimming Queensland made an important announcement regarding its 2020 Short Course Championships in light of how coronavirus impacted training.

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Queensland Wins 10th State Team Championship Title

The Australian State Team Championships wrapped up this week at the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) in Canberra, with powerhouse Queensland wreaking havoc on both the women’s and men’s competition.

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2016 Queensland Short Course State Champs: Preview

2016 Queensland Short Course Championships Friday, August 26th-Sunday August 28th Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Psych Sheets and Live Results The final…


Swimming Australia CEO Anderson Responds To Claim Kids Worked Too Hard

Mark Anderson, Swimming Australia CEO, responds to claims his organization “works kids too hard.”

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Jessicah Schipper Inducted into Swimming Queensland Hall of Fame

Australian butterflier Jessica Schipper, having formally announced her retirement in September, is now beginning to rack up the post-career honors that…

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Cate Campbell Receives “Susie O’Neill” Award From Swimming Queensland

Australian sprinter Cate Campbell had another banner year that included the fastest 100 freestyle on a relay start in history.

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Widmer Takes Over as Head Coach of Swimming Queensland

At the end of 2012 when Stephan Widmer‘s contract with the Queensland Academy of Sport had expired the Swiss born coach…

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Swim Job: Swimming Queensland Seeks Mentor Coach for Athlete & Coach Development Manager

Swimming Queensland (SQ) is the governing body in Queensland, Australia. 15,000 swimmers are serviced by 280 swim clubs. Founded in 1898, SQ has a long history of innovation and success in swimming.

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Seebohm Gets Third Title; Age Groupers Impress on Tuesday in Queensland

Australian Emily Seebohm continued to rack up wins (and most importantly stay healthy) at the Queensland State Championships. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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Paulus Wildeboer, Danish Guru, Leaving for Queensland, Australia

The coach who led Jeanette Ottesen (above) to a World Championship in 2011 is leaving for a gig on the other side of the world. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)


Magnussen Snags 100 Free Victory at Queensland State Champs

After failing to live up to the hype in Sunday’s 200 free, Australian superstar came back to grab a win…


17-Year Old McEvoy Silences Magnussen's Boasts in 200 Free; Trickett Continues to Struggle

The highlight of the meet at the Queensland State Championships was the men’s 200 free, featuring a battle between two…