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Paralympian Mary Fisher retires

Rio 2016 and London 2012 Paralympic Games gold medallist Mary Fisher has today announced she will be retiring from the sport of Para swimming to focus on further adventures.


National Training Centre Transition Program in Canberra to Close

Swimming Australia has today announced that the National Training Centre (NTC) Transition Program in Canberra is to close at the end of the year.


Port Nelson Sea swims

There's a tidal shift going on in the Port Nelson Sea swims standings and it's led by a large group of teenagers, most of them aged 15.


From Life Skills To Life Saver

Kids are SAFER, SMARTER & STRONGER simply by learning to swim," says learn-to-swim experts and national swim authority, Swim Australia.


Port Nelson Sea swims

After last week's cancellation, the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series got underway in dramatic fashion on Thursday.
With an outgoing tide and a moderate breeze, the 800m swim was further complicated by an opening section directly into the setting sun and


Ross Edgley about to complete Great Britain swim

Ross Edgley will complete his epic swim around Great Britain on Sunday November 4 in Margate, the Kent coastal town where he began his record breaking quest back on June 1


Swimming Australia appoints new Board member and awards Life Memberships

Swimming Australia are pleased to announce former double Olympian and Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist Andrew Baildon as a member of the Swimming Australia board for the next three years.


Australian Dolphins named for World Short Course Champs

Swimming Australia has announced a 20-strong squad for the upcoming FINAWorld Short Course Championships in Hangzhou, China in December.


Final night of Short Course sets pool alight

The final round of swimming kicked off tonight at the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships down at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre with Emily Seebohm


Day Two of Australian Short Course heats up

Day two of the heats kicked off this morning of the Hancock Prospecting Short Course Championships at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre with Emily Seebohm, David Morgan and Jack McLoughlin coming out on top.