The 2017 West Australia Short Course Championships took place over the weekend, with several familiar faces taking to the HBF Stadium pool.
After a hiatus to rest both mind and body, 18-year-old Olympian Tamsin Cook of Western Australia is ready to get back to racing.
Catch up on the smaller swimming news stories from down under in this West Australia edition of ‘In Briefs.’
2016 Olympic 100 free gold medalist Kyle Chalmers has withdrawn from the 2017 World Championships.
16-year-old Ariarne Titmus scored her 2nd national title at the 2017 Australian Swimming Championships, clocking a new 400m freestyle age group record in the process.
Two-time Australian Olympian Thomas Fraser-Holmes is joining the likes of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen in not competing at Aussie Nationals and, therefore, not in Budapest.
Cate Campbell just expanded her freestyle event repertoire, possibly opening herself up to become a threat across 3 individual events ongoing.
Citing the need to repair if she wants a solid go at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, world record holder Cate Campbell is opting out of the 2017 World Championships.
Teenage talent Tamsin Cook of Australia has decided to take herself out of contention for a possible spot on her nation’s 2017 World Championships roster.
The Western Australian Swimming Association, Inc. and Western Australia Institute of Sport and Swimming Australia Limited (SAL) announced the ‘South HPTC’ is slated to open early 2017.
Bond Swimming Club’s Cameron McEvoy claimed gold in in the 100m freestyle event while racing in Queensland this week.
Michael Phelps presenting an award is among today’s In Briefs, your quick hit list of swimming stories from around the web.
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Brianna Throssell is shifting her training base to kick-off her Tokyo 2020 quest.
Teenagers Canadian Penny Oleksiak and Australian Kyle Chalmers both walked away from Rio with a gold around their necks…