Ellie Cole (right) broke a World Record in the 50 free earlier this week, and today was formally nominated to the 2016 Paralympics.
Check out all of our 2015 Swammy Awards here. 2015 Female Para-Swimmer of the Year: Tiffany Thomas Kane, Australia While…
Campbell was all smiles after becoming the first woman under 51 seconds.
Larkin’s exceptional swim highlighted a night of record-setting performances
2015 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Swimming Championships Wednesday, November 25th – women’s 1500m free/men’s 800m free Thursday, November 26th…
Tiffany Thomas Kane broke a World Record at 13-years old, and there’s no question that she’s in the right classification.
Swimming Australia (SAL) has developed the Multi Class Swimming Engagement Portal to assist swimmers with a disability to “Get Classified, Get Involved and Get Discovered” in swimming.
Five different events saw six world records fall on the second day of the 2015 IPC World Championships, and Russia and the Ukraine led all nations with five gold medals apiece.
Australian 13-year-old Tiffany Thomas Kane made her 2015 IPC World Championships debut a big one, breaking the world record in the SB6 100 breaststroke.