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Swimming Australia Grand Prix 2 - Big guns racing

Two-time Olympic gold medallist Grant Hackett and emerging stars Mack Horton and David McKeon will face off

Kylie Palmer accepts a provisional suspension

Olympic gold medalist swimmer Kylie Palmer of Australia has accepted a provisional suspension.

Preparations heat up as Dolphins descend on Townsville

Preparations for the 2015 FINA and IPC World Championships are heating up with the Australian Dolphins swim team set to descend on North Queensland

London golden girl Brittany Elmslie out of FINA World Champs

Olympic gold medallist Brittany Elmslie has officially withdrawn from the Australian Dolphins Swim Team for this year’s FINA World Championships in Kazan (RUS) after undergoing surgery

National Aquatic Centre officially dedicated

On Wednesday 27 May 2015 the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre at AUT Millennium was officially opened by Sir Owen Glenn, Hon Murray McCully and Mayor of Auckland, Len Brown.

Olympic Ticket Requests Now Open for Rio

New Zealand residents can now request tickets for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as New Zealand's official ticketing portal opens today.

World at her feet as schoolgirl Chelsea Gubecka chases Rio dream

At just 16-years-of-age Sunshine Coast schoolgirl Chelsea Gubecka will represent the Australian Dolphins Swim Team in the 10km open water event at her second FINA World Championships this July with a shot at the Australian Olympic Team for Rio.

Samoa Swim Festival

The first Samoa Swim festival has just been held at the Stevenson’s resort at Manase, Samoa, with New Zealand swimmers dominating the three swims of 5km, 3km and 10km.

Top Australian swimmer to have surgery

Australia’s two-time and defending 100m freestyle world champion James Magnussen will have immediate surgery on his injured shoulder, forcing him out of the Australian Dolphins for the up-coming FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia in July.

NZ National Aquatic Centre to be officially dedicated

On Wednesday 27 May 2015 AUT Millennium will christen the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre, the new home of aquatic sport in New Zealand and the country’s only venue capable of hosting international events.