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As the excitement for Tokyo 2020 builds, Australia’s top swimmers, along with some of the next wave of young talent, will begin assembling around the country in the next six weeks for a series of technical stroke-based National Event Camps (NECs).
Luke Kelly & Abbey Smale of Nelson won the Interislander Capital Classic title at race two of the national Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series in Wellington
Nick Sloman and Kareena Lee taking out the Australian Open Water Swimming Championships 5km events at Brighton Beach
Dolphin Madeleine Gough shone at Brighton Beach on the second day of the Australian Open Water Swimming Championships, taking home the Women’s 5km Open title and gold medal in 58:08.56.
Noosa teammates Kareena Lee and Nick Sloman have claimed back-to-back titles and gold medals in the Women’s and Men’s 10km Open events at Brighton Beach
Bendi Kepess unleashed a withering sprint over the last 30 metres to overhaul Luke Kelly and take line honours in Thursday's Port Nelson Sea Swim.
The country’s top open water swimmers will converge on the scenic shores of Adelaide’s Brighton Beach this weekend for the 2020 Australian Open Water Swimming
The country's best open water swimmers gathered in Taupo January 11, 12 for the New Zealand Open Water Swim Championships and the Epic swims.
Swimming stars are arriving and already training in the Shenzhen China for the FINA Champions Swim Series
The conditions seem to get better each week of the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series. In Thursday's races, 149 competitors completed triangular courses of 1250m or 500m.