Cate and Bronte Campbell, the second- and third-ranked 100 freestylers in the world so far this year, qualified first and second, respectively, for the 100 free semi-finals.
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The Sunshine Coast Daily is reporting that three Australian national team members will be permanently relocating to the University of…
Emily Seebohm’s coach Matt Brown feels that she could record a time under 58 seconds in the 100 backstroke by the end of the year…
Swimming Video courtesy of Shannon Macdonald.
2014 Pan Pacific Championships Preview – Watanabe leads women’s breaststrokes with Americans, Aussies in tow
Japan’s Kanako Watanabe is among the top seeds in both women’s breaststrokes, leading very strong Japanese delegations in both.
The Australian women’s freestylers, led by World Champion Cate Cambell (above), showed off on the first day of the 2014 Swimming Australia Grand Prix 2.
Christian Sprenger (above) was one of two Australian All-Comers Record breakers on Thursday at the Australian National Championships.
Ben Treffers recorded a 24.91 to qualify first in the men’s 50 backstroke and taking over the top position in the world rankings…
The two biggest show stoppers of the day were the Australian sprint due of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen…
World Champion Cate Campbell is still learning new tricks, despite being the world’s best sprinter in 2013.
Cate Campbell is two seconds faster than she was at this meet last year, which should be scary for the world’s sprinters.
Scott Weltz brings a new U.S. Open Meet Record to play in the 200 m breaststroke at Wednesday evenings finals. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, the swim pictures)
Australia’s Thomas Fraser-Holmes broke a National and Commonwealth Record in the men’s 400 IM on the final day of the 2013 Australian National Championships. (Stock Photo Courtesy Swimming Australia)