Australian swimmers Robert Hurley, Kenneth To and Ashley Delaney have finished the first night of the FINA World Cup in Moscow with an impressive five medals between them.
It?s been just over a month since I took up the role of President, and I continue to be filled with pride and passion for what lies ahead for our sport and for the Australian Swim Team.
On behalf of the Australian swimming community, Swimming Australia would like to congratulate President John Bertrand on being elevated to ?Legend? status by The Sport Australia Hall of Fame in Melbourne last night.
Olympic swimmer Blair Evans and Olympic water polo player Aaron Younger will join forces with former National Head Coach Leigh Nugent to run free swimming and water polo clinics in Broome on Saturday 19 October, as part of the 2014 BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series Community Program.
Swimming Australia?s GO Swim month has kicked off in Queensland with four of the state?s swim clubs; Helensvale, Redlands, Dunlop Park and Woodford welcoming Olympians Brittany Elmslie, Emily Seebohm, Kylie Palmer and Melissa Gorman onto their pool decks to share their swimming secrets.
A group of 23 young Paralympic hopefuls are midway through a ?Road to Rio? development camp at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra, with the aim to improve their skills and knowledge as they move closer to the 2016 Paralympic Games.
Swimming Australia will kick off its second annual GO Swim Month on Tuesday when the month of October is once again transformed into GO Swim Month, a national campaign aimed at promoting swimming through registered GO Swim Day Centres.
Five of Australia?s best young aspiring athletes have been given the unique and invaluable opportunity to receive mentoring from some of the nation?s greatest athletes, including two-time Olympic gold medallist Susie O?Neill OAM and seven-time world surfing champion Layne Beachley, thanks to scholarships presented by The Sport Australia Hall of Fame.
Two development camps will be held this week off the back of the State Teams Age Short Course Championships in Canberra, with a total of 53 swimmers selected to attend either the National Youth Camp or Talent Identification camp to be held at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).
Queensland have continued their clean sweep of the State Teams Age Short Course Championships, taking top spot in the event for the fifth consecutive year.