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Olympic Gold medallist Kyle Chalmers headlines Australian Short Course Champs

The 2017 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Swimming Championships will see some of the best swimmers from Australia and the world descend on the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre


Swimming Australia statement regarding Madeline Groves

Swimming Australia can confirm that the FINA Doping Panel have conducted a hearing regarding Madeline Groves’ alleged whereabouts breaches on Thursday night Australian time.


Swimming united in lead up to Tokyo 2020

Swimming Australia President John Bertrand AO and long-standing directors Nicole Livingstone and Graeme Johnson have been re-elected as Directors for a further three years following the Annual General Meeting (AGM) today.


Pascoe, Fisher And Youngsters Continue To Break Records

Sophie Pascoe and Mary Fisher closed out their national short course championships with a world record each, as youngsters show glimpses of a bright future for swimming in New Zealand.


Sophie Pascoe And Ciara Smith Dominate Day Three Of Short Course Champs

Sophie Pascoe has broken two more world Para swimming short course record, whilst sixteen-year-old Ciara Smith upstaged the field on day three of the national short course swimming championships.


Rowan Crothers spearheads Para Swim Team to another golden day

Australia’s Para Swim Team has sent a clear message to its rivals for next year’s Commonwealth Games after a successful three-day Canada Open Meet concluded in Toronto today.


Jasmine Greenwood’s golden debut

Australian Dolphins debutant Jasmine Greenwood (SB9) has struck gold on the second day of competition at the Canadian Open in Toronto, posting an impressive time in the women’s 100m breaststroke and putting her hand up for Commonwealth Games nominati


Sophie Pascoe smashing two Para swimming world short course records

Champion Paralympic swimmer Sophie Pascoe has set the national short course championships alight by smashing two Para swimming world short course records on the opening day of competition.


Lucky leads Para Dolphins to a flying start in Toronto

The Australian team is off to a flying start at the Para-Swimming Canadian Open in Toronto – notching six wins, four second placings and three thirds.


Rio Paralympic gold medallists to kick start Canadian Open Meet

Rio Paralympic gold medallists Brenden Hall, Lakeisha Patterson and Tiffany Thomas-Kane will kick-start Australia’s three-day Canadian Open Meet campaign, starting Tuesday morning (Australian time) in Toronto (Canada).