836 Results in category Swim

Port Nelson Sea Swim Series opener

The Port Nelson Sea Swim Series opened on a sombre note on Thursday, with a modest turnout of 105 swimmers on a cold windy night, with sea temperatures of 16 degrees.

Melverton Takes the Quaddie, Para Athletes Produce More Record Swims

TSS Aquatic’s Kiah Melverton has dominated the women’s freestyle events at the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships at Melbourne Sports Centres – MSAC, adding the women’s 200m and 1500m freestyle titles to her 400m and 800m

Melbourne Reaches Fever Pitch as Four Records Fall

Four world records were broken on the opening day of the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships, as all the action from Melbourne Sports Centres – MSAC kicked off on Thursday.

Greatness Starts Somewhere

As anticipation and excitement builds for Tokyo 2020, Swimming Australia unveil its Olympic and Paralympic campaign ‘Greatness Starts Somewhere’.

Swimmer Kareena Lee Selected to Tokyo 2020 Australian Olympic Team

Sunshine Coast swimmer Kareena Lee has been announced as the fourth Australian Olympic Team member selected for Tokyo 2020.

Huckins receives Swimming New Zealand Life Membership Award

Lesley Huckins from Christchurch was last night presented with a Swimming New Zealand Life Membership Award for her over thirty years commitment to swimming

Corey Main retires

Aquablack Corey Main announced his retirement from competitive swimming to focus on other endeavours.

AOC announces Australian Team for inaugural World Beach Games

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has announced 41 athletes to represent Australia at the inaugural World Beach Games in Doha, Qatar next month.

Team Spirit Reigns Supreme on Final Night

With their teammates proudly donning the iconic green and gold and cheering from the grandstand, the Dolphins’ Men’s 4x100m Freestyle Relay 34 points captured bronze on the final night of the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships in London – marking

Four from four for Pascoe

Sophie Pascoe raised four fingers to signify the four Gold medals she’s won at the Para World Swimming Championships in London after claiming the Women’s 50m Freestyle