774 Results in category Swim

Campbell and Chalmers headline NSW State Opens

Olympians, Paralympians and Commonwealth Games champions will take to the iconic Sydney Olympic Park pool this weekend for the 2019 NSW State Open Championships.

The Interislander Big Tahuna

Nelson swimmers crammed the podium when the overall winners were announced in The Interislander Big Tahuna in Nelson on the first Saturday in May.

Port Nelson Swim

Bendi Kepess took another narrow victory over Luke Kelly in race 14 of the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series last Thursday.

Clements Endurance Swim Series - Tahuna Beach

The record book was rewritten in race four of the Clements Endurance Swim Series - the 3.8km Ironman Challenge off Tahuna Beach on Sunday.

Clements Endurance Swim Series

Ben Marshall triumphed in a sprint finish from Terry Bone in race three of the Clements Endurance Swim Series - The 2.8km Haulashore Circuit on Sunday.

Port Nelson Sea Swim - Tough swim this week, but near record numbers

After a string of second and third placings, Bendi Kepess won his first race of the season in a desperate sprint for the finish over series leader Luke Kelly in Thursday's Port Nelson Sea Swim.

Junior Open Water Development team to Head to French Nationals

Swimming Australia has announced its four-athlete Junior Development team that will travel to the French Open Water Nationals in Brive la Gaillarde in May this year.

Cotter and Lee Reign Supreme

It was a fast-paced final day of action at Brighton Beach in Adelaide, with the Men’s and Women’s Open 5km Time Trial marking the first races of the day at the 2019 Australian Open Water Championships.

Day Two of Open Water Action Heats up

It was another action-packed day at Brighton beach in Adelaide, with the Boy’s and Girl’s 14 and 15-year-old 5km races kicking off the program on day two of the 2019 Australian Open Water Championship.

Noosa Teammates Claim Gold in Open Water

Noosa’s Nick Sloman successfully defended his Men’s 10km Open Water title at the 2019 Australian Open Water Championship at Brighton Beach in Adelaide, with training teammate Kareena Lee claiming her first Open Women’s title.