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Rio Paralympic golden girl Rachael Watson set the Brisbane Aquatic Centre alight this morning setting a new S4 world record on day four of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships.

Horton out touches Chalmers in 200m battle of the Olympic champions

Olympic 400m champion Mack Horton surprised even himself when he stormed down the outside to win a thrilling 200m freestyle final on the second night of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre tonight.

Age no barrier for WA’s Holly Barratt – now an Australian Dolphin at 29

Ageless WA swimmer Holly Barratt arrived in Brisbane this week hoping to improve her times and if she achieved a personal best time she would be happy – after all at 29 what more could you expect racing Australia’s Olympians and world champions.

Cate Campbell makes world sit up and take notice – again

The world has taken another collective sigh of relief after Cate Campbell clocked the fastest time in the world this year in the 100m freestyle heats on the opening day of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships in Brisbane.

Two rising stars unearthed on sizzling opening night in Brisbane

Swimming has unearthed two new rising stars on the opening night of a sizzling Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre tonight.

Swimming NZ names exciting, young team for World Championships

Swimming New Zealand has announced a 12-strong team to contest July’s FINA World Championship in Budapest.

Pascoe awarded Swimming New Zealand Swimmer of the Year

Star Para swimmer Sophie Pascoe has been awarded Swimming New Zealand’s Swimmer of the year.

Australia’s best to battle in Brisbane for World Championship selection

The 2017 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships will see your Rio Olympic and Paralympic heroes return to the pool along with a crop of rising stars that will swim for a shot at selection onto the World Championship teams.

Series Winners Crowned at King of the Bays

The overall winners of the 2016-17 New Zealand Ocean Swim Series have been crowned today at the Series finale, the King of the Bays swim, held on Auckland’s North Shore.

Youth brigade impress as freestylers make their mark

New Zealand has qualified a men’s freestyle relay team for the world championships after all four went under the 50 second barrier to highlight the final night of the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.