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Patterson impresses at Para World Series, Indianapolis

Paralympic gold medallist Lakeisha Patterson has led the charge for the Aussies competing at the Para World Series in Indianapolis picking up an impressive five gold medals at the meet that finished up on June 11.


Swimming Australia statement regarding Thomas Fraser-Holmes

Swimming Australia is aware that the FINA Doping Panel have conducted a hearing regarding Thomas Fraser-Holmes’ alleged whereabouts breaches (missing a trio of drug tests.) and have announced a sanction of twelve months.


Surgery rules Boyle out of FINA World Swimming Championships

Star swimmer Lauren Boyle has withdrawn from the New Zealand team to contest next month’s FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.


Widmer to take on top job with Singapore Swimming

One of Swimming Australia’s most experienced coaches Stephan Widmer will sadly be leaving the organisation to take on an exciting new position as Head Coach at Singapore Swimming.


NSW Government Decision To Halt Ski Jump Water Ramp Project In Lennox Head

Olympic Winter Institute Australia Chairman Geoff Henke AO and Olympic Gold Medallist Lydia Lassila have acknowledged the NSW Government’s decision today not to proceed with the multi sports development


Practise makes perfect for Para swimmers at World Series in Indianapolis

Swimming Australia will send a group of 14 athletes to compete at the Para Swimming World Series in Indianapolis next month, led by nine World Championship representatives.


Kyle Chalmers withdraws from World Championship team due to heart condition

Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers has made the decision to withdraw from the 2017 FINA World Championships team and will by-pass Budapest to focus on his long-term swimming career.


Fourteen swimmers named in Australian Commonwealth Youth Games team for Bahamas

Australian Age freestyle champions Phoebe Walker and Ela Noble and exciting Gold Coast distance swimmer Max Osborn are among a 14-strong Australian swim team named for the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games


NZ Commonwealth Youth Games Named

The New Zealand Olympic Committee has named a team of 34 young Kiwis aged between 14 and 18 to represent New Zealand at the Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games.


Australia names 19-strong swim team for World Uni Games in Taipei

Commonwealth Games gold medallists Leiston Pickett and Ben Treffers are among a 19-strong Australian swim team named today for the 2017 World University Games, the Summer Universiade, in Taipei City, Taiwan from August 19-30.