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34 Swimmers Named to the 2016 Australian Olympic Team

There will 34 athletes headed to Rio, which includes 19 women and 15 men, which is significantly smaller than the 2012 team that included 47 swimmers…

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Australian Championships: Photo Gallery

Experience some of the great moments of the Australian Championships…

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Hocking Qualifies for Her Third Olympic Team

Belinda Hocking qualified for her third Olympic Games winning the women’s 200 backstroke in a time of 2:06.49…

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Barratt and Coutts Qualify for Their Third Olympic Games

Bronte Barratt and Alicia Coutts, who will both retire after Rio, qualified for their third Olympic team…

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2016 Australian Championships: Day Two Photo Vault

Experience some of the special moments from day two of the 2016 Australian Championships…

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Five More Athletes Qualify for the Australian Olympic Team

Five athletes qualified for Rio leaving just one spot on the team unfilled…

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Australian Championships: 3 Big Things From Day Two Prelims

There were several storylines coming out of the second day of preliminaries in Adelaide, but here are what we saw as three of the biggest…

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2016 Australian Championships (Olympic Trials) – Women’s Preview

The depth in the women’s events will make several of the races at Australian Olympic Trials extremely exciting…

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Throssell, Cook Continue Winning Ways At SunSmart States

Australian up-and-comers Brianna Throssell and Tamsin Cook each earned more hardware on night 3 of Western Australia’s SunSmart State Championships.

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Tamsin Cook, Brianna Throssell Throw Down At Western Aussie States

Western Australia’s State Championships (LCM) started today, with its biggest stars out to take titles.

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Evans & Cook Are Ready For WA SunSmartState Championships

Blair Evans & Tamsin Cook are two Western Australians set to compete at the SunSmartState Championships beginning Friday.

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12/08/15 In Briefs: Tamsin Cook Award, Aussie OWS Canceled, Grenfell

In Briefs: Tamsin Cook, 2nd from left, has been awarded the Railtrain Junior Sports Star of the Year. The 17-year-old is pictured here with Marguerite Oliver from the Hancock Family Medical Foundation, fellow Australian swimmer Brianna Throssell, and Gina Rinehart.

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Tamsin Cook Wins West Australia’s Junior Athlete Of The Year Award

Tamsin Cook has been named ‘Western Australia Institute of Sport’s Junior Athlete of the Year’

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Aussies Throssell, Cook, Fyfe Up For Western Australian Athlete Award

Three swimmers are in the running for the Western Australian Institute of Sport’s Athlete/Junior Athlete of the Year Award.

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Swimming Queensland CEO: “Why Are We Working Kids So Hard?”

Swimming Western Australia held its annual conference this weekend, where guest speaker, Swimming Queensland CEO Kevin Hasemann shared his thoughts on declining membership within the sport.

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