Swimming Australia is mourning the death of long-serving swimming administrator Greg Lalor who passed away on Saturday 26 October, in Brisbane.
Today marks ?100 Days to Go? until the start of the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series at VenuesWest Challenge Stadium, with two new international teams set to compete in Perth this summer.
As the end of October quickly approaches so too does the end of Swimming Australia?s GO Swim Month for 2013.
After the final night of competition in Doha, Australia?s Kenneth To and Bobby Hurley have finished the Middle East legs of the FINA World Cup with a total of 16 medals between them.
Short course specialist Kenneth To has set a new Australian record in the men?s 100m individual medley overnight, hitting the wall in a time of 51.19, to take gold at the FINA World Cup in Doha.
On the second night of competition at the Hamdan Sports Complex in Dubai, Robert Hurley has added two more medals to his haul, picking up gold in both the 200m freestyle and 50m backstroke.
Australian swimmers Robert Hurley and Kenneth To have added to their medal haul from the Moscow leg of the FINA World Cup Series with two more medals each overnight in Dubai, while Emily Seebohm has won three individual silver.
Swimming Australia President John Bertrand AM and CEO Mark Anderson have today announced Jacco Verhaeren as the new National Head Coach to work under Director of High Performance Michael Scott.
The 2013 GO Swim Month is in full swing as clubs across the country jump on board the Swimming Australia initiative to educate communities on the benefits of club swimming.
The Australian trio of Ashley Delaney, Robert Hurley and Kenneth To have each picked up a gold medal on the final night of competition at the FINA World Cup in Moscow.