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iSwim to Connect Recreational Swimmers

Australian recreational swimmers spend more than 10.6 billion minutes in the water per year and they will now have the ability to track that time and engage with other like-minded people, as Swimming Australia launches its new app – iSwim.

Eyebright Mile swim

Records were out of the question as 111 swimmers took on the roughest Eyebright Mile swim in the past 30 years on Sunday.

Nelson Swim

Local knowledge paid big dividends for Hayden Squance as he outwitted the field and slipped home for his first win of the season in the Port Nelson swims from the Nelson Yacht Club on Thursday.

Nelson Swim

The normal holiday exodus of local swimmers caused a drop in attendance at the post-Christmas edition of the Port Nelson Sea Swims.

Port Nelson sea swim

After six weeks of swimming, the position at the top of both men's and women's leaderboard is poised on a knife edge,

Worlds Best Swim Athlete Honoured

The world's best Aquatics athletes of the year were honoured at the fifth edition of the FINA World Aquatics Gala "Soirée des Etoiles", held in conjunction with the end of the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Hangzhou, China.

Dolphins wrap on World Short Course

The Australian Dolphins have finished up with 12 medals in total at the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Hangzhou, after picking up two bronze medals on the final night of racing.

Records fall on night four

Australia has lifted their medal tally to six at the 14th FINA World Championships (25m) in Hangzhou after Ariane Titmus (St Peter’s Western) claimed her second gold medal of the meet, and a new world record in the women’s 400m freestyle, with Holl

Seebohm claims bronze on night three

Emily Seebohm (Brisbane Grammar) has claimed bronze on night three of the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Hangzhou, taking Australia’s medal tally to one gold and three bronze at the halfway point of competition.

Graham and Atherton claim medals on night two in Hangzhou

Australian Dolphins Alex Graham (Bond) and Minna Atherton (Brisbane Grammar) took home bronze medals on night two of the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m).