Former FINA World Championship representatives Jordan Harrison, Ami Matsuo and Ned McKendry will headline a 20-strong Australian swim team named today for the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea from July 3 to 14.
West Australian Simon Huitenga and Queenslander Chelsea Gubecka have successfully secured a spot on the 2015 FINA World Championship team following the10km open water world cup in Cozumel, Mexico last night.
Australian Open Water 10km champions Melissa Gorman and Jarrod Poort will this weekend race for the chance to gain selection onto the FINA World Championship team and take a step towards Rio Olympic qualification at the FINA Open Water World cup ..
To mark 500 days to go until the Rio 2016 Paralympics on 26 April, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) announced that it expects the Games to break all TV viewing records and exceed a cumulative global audience
Swimming Australia Limited (SAL) has today announced three key appointments to its high performance structure in the countdown to next year’s Rio Olympics and beyond to the preparation for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
New Zealand will send a 19-strong team, the biggest in their history, to July’s World University Games in Korea. The swimmers qualified at the recent New Zealand Open Championships for the summer Universiade
The Aussie’s have left Berlin with a golden glow after the final night of racing taking home a staggering 26 medals with 11 gold, eight world records, 28 personal best swims and 55 season best performances.