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FINA Champions Swim Series 2019 comes to an end

The inaugural edition of the FINA Champions Swim Series came to an end tonight (June 1) in Indianapolis, USA, after a three-leg circuit which stopped

Olympics unleashed off the mark to inspire NSW Students

More than 200 students at Cronulla High School in Sydney’s south have become the first in NSW to host Olympians delivering the Olympics Unleashed program.

Aussies Through to Yeosu

The first eight athletes to qualify for the Australian swim team heading to July’s World Swimming Championships in South Korea have been named, as Swimming Australia finalises its open water representatives.

Nikita Howarth retires

Paralympian Nikita Howarth has announced her retirement from Para sport today due to medical reasons. Howarth became New Zealand’s youngest ever Paralympian at the age of 13 when she made her Paralympic debut competing in Para swimming at the London

Augusta Adventure Fest entries Open

Yes you read right, 2019 will be the last (and biggest!) Augusta Adventure Fest, to be held on 2-3 November.

Thomas Leaves Nothing in the Tank

After steaming home from the inside track to claim gold in the Boys’ 16-year 200m Individual Medley, Rackley’s Thomas Neill has remarkably claimed his fourth national age title at the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships.

Pallister’s Perfect Per-four-mance

Young Queensland swimmer and Junior Pac Pacs champion, Cotton Tree’s Lani Pallister, has secured another two national age titles on night four of the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Championships in Adelaide, taking her medal tally to four go

2019 World Universiade Team Revealed

Swimming Australia has finalised its team to compete at July’s World University Games in Italy, following the conclusion of the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships.

Ramsay Reaps Rewards on Night One

After breaking the Australian Age and All Comers record in the Girls’ 14-years 200m Individual Medley this morning in a time of 2:14.89, Ella Ramsay carried this momentum into the final to claim

Titmus Thrills to Take Title

Setting a new Australian and Commonwealth record in the Women’s 200m Freestyle, St Peters Western’s Ariarne Titmus blitzed the field in a time of 1:54.30 to claim