Two Australian world swimming records have fallen on the second day of the short-course World Cup meeting in Stockholm.
Tom Wald Four-time Olympic champion Murray Rose says every world record set in the controversial high-tech swimsuits needs to have an asterisk attached to it.
The glut of world records has continued at the European short-course swimming championships, with four more being set.
French swimmers Amaury Leveaux and Coralie Balmy have broken shortcourse world records, overtaking times set by Australians.
Stathi Paxinos Grant Hackett had an inkling that something was not quite right with his great rival Ian Thorpe.
Amanda Hoh Swimming champion Kieren Perkins says he was "not surprised” to hear that Ian Thorpe had checked himself into rehab suffering depression, with potentially thousands of athletes similarly...
Barcelona Australia's sprint relay team rallies around a heartbroken Alicia Coutts.
Barcelona Belinda Hocking puts the lessons of her London Olympic flop into practice.
Teenager Maddison Elliot adds another gold to Australia's medal haul on final night of IPC World Championships.
Swimming Australia (SA) has confirmed Ian Thorpe will not compete at the world championships selection trials in Adelaide.
Stathi Paxinos Swimming champion recognised for her standout performance at London Paralympic Games.
Fleta Page Australian swimming's coach of the year John Fowlie is confident a leak in the Australian Institute of Sport's high-tech Aquatic Testing and Training Centre swimming pool won't affect his athlete's...
Grant Hackett A courageous Ian Thorpe will put it all on the line at next week's Olympic trials.
Samantha Lane They were designed to break world records, the key element of a 'revolutionary racing system' that would deliver gold medals.
A new swimsuit war has broken out four months from the Olympics.
Lee Gaskin The broadest grin in Australian sport doesn't leave the face of Libby Trickett - even when the dual gold medallist faces the prospect of being a tourist at the Olympic Games.
Roy Saari, a former world record-holding swimmer and gold medallist at the 1964 Olympics, has died. He was 63.
Tom Wald Eamon Sullivan's long-time coach says swimming must roll back the clock on suit technology.
Australian swimming has lost one of its greatest ever coaches with the death overnight of master coach John Carew, aged 81.
Sam Lienert The man who guided Ian Thorpe to greatness is leaving for Britain and believes more Australian swimming coaches may head overseas.