Samantha Lane TWO disturbing reports into a dysfunctional Olympic swimming team devoid of leadership in London last year will see athletes found guilty of abusing prescription drugs and bullying exposed and hit...
A group of Olympic swimmers who took sleeping drugs and "pranked" their female colleagues in a bonding ritual ahead of the London games have avoided further punishment from the Australian Olympic...
David Sygall Australian swimming is out to make a splash for the right reasons.
Gold Coast Australia's male swimmers must focus on their sport and not being "celebrity show ponies".
Stathi Paxinos The fundamental culture of the Australian swimming team that flopped badly at last year's London Olympic Games has been heavily criticised by a second report.
Samantha Lane THE Australian Olympic Committee will investigate, and is prepared to financially sanction, the swimmers accused of breaching the team agreement in London.
Jonathan Swan The head coach of the Australian swimming team, Leigh Nugent, says he only discovered after the London Olympics that his swimmers were getting drunk and abusing prescription drugs during the Games.
Richard Hinds Not long ago Australian swimmers were beacons of athletic supremacy and models of wholesome virtue.
Samantha Lane and Scott Spits A report reviewing the leadership in Australia's swimming team has slammed a "toxic" culture which saw swimmers abuse prescription drugs, alcohol and curfews during last year's London Olympics.
Samantha Lane Athletes found guilty of abusing prescription drugs and bullying will face significant fines.
Stathi Paxinos Focus in future to be on the team, not any individual, coach Leigh Nugent says.
Richard Hinds It does not seem long ago that Australian swimmers were beacons of athletic supremacy and models of wholesome virtue.
Phil Lutton OLYMPIAN Kenrick Monk says he's not surprised the team atmosphere at the London Games was labelled ''toxic'' and has lifted the lid on a litany of blunders leading into Australia's worst effort in...
Stathi Paxinos and Phil Lutton Integrity panel to be announced on Thursday to investigate incidents in swimming reports.
Phil Lutton JAMES MAGNUSSEN'S coach, Brant Best, has defended the nation's swimmers, saying they weren't lacking in heart and some were simply guilty of trying too hard at the London Games.
Stathi Paxinos The first stage of Australian swimming's mea culpa will take place on Friday afternoon when members of the men's 4 x 100-metre relay team front a press conference at which they are expected to reveal...
Stathi Paxinos THE first stage of Australian swimming's mea culpa following the damning reports into the sport will take place on Friday afternoon when the men's 4 x 100 metres relay team fronts a press conference...
Staff writers The men's 100m Olympic relay team will front a press conference on Friday where they are expected to reveal explosive details about the misuse of prescription drugs in the lead-up to the London...
Adrian Lowe and Stathi Paxinos The first stage of Australian swimming's mea culpa will take place on Friday afternoon when members of the men's 4 x 100-metre relay team front a press conference at which they are expected to reveal...
Members of the men’s 4x100m freestyle relay team will face a Swimming Australia integrity panel inquiry following admissions of misbehaviour at a team bonding session at Manchester before the London...