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NZ Olympic Round Up - Canoe Slalom, Rowing, Surfing, Swimming

Sensational swim by Erika Fairweather, Luuka Jones handily placed in slalom, Twigg Carries NZ Flag at the rowing, surfers survive to fight another day.


NZ Olympic round up - Bennett Road Cycling, Clareburt on Fire in 400m Swim

NZ Olympic round up - George Bennett brave road cycling effort, Lewis Clareburt on fire in 400m Individual Medley


Iceberg swim a success on Waiheke

It’s hard to know what would persuade more than 1000 intelligent people to throw themselves in the sea in the middle of winter to swim long distances.


GODZone Sold out

GODZone has cemented its position as the world’s largest expedition adventure race by selling out in record breaking time today. Entries to Chapter 10 of GODZone


Australian Junior and Universiade Teams Announced

Swimming Australia unveil its Australian Junior Team, along with its Australian Universiade Team, following the conclusion of the 2021 Australian Swimming Trials in Adelaide last week.


Fox wraps up more medals before Olympics

Australia’s most successful canoe slalom paddler of all time Jessica Fox will head into the Tokyo Olympic Games with two 2021 World Cup gold and one World Cup bronze


50 Marathon swimmers for Tokyo 2020 confirmed

25 men and 25 women are now confirmed for the Marathon Swimming event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games


Fox Wins Women's K1 Gold at ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup #2

Australia’s Jessica Fox stunned the international canoe slalom world on the second day of the 2021 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup #2 in Markkleeberg, Germany, when she took home the win in the women’s K1, in a race that was titled as ‘out of this world’


Records Shattered on Final Night and Team Announced

One Commonwealth record and three Australian records were broken on the final night of the Australian Swimming Trials in Adelaide, with Kaylee McKeown, Matthew Temple and Ariarne Titmus all etching their names into the record books.


2020 Australian Tokyo Paralympic Swim Team Unveiled

Australia’s top Para-swimmers are set to write a new chapter in the nation’s decorated history at the Paralympics after a 32-strong Team was confirmed to compete at the Tokyo Games in a little over two months.