Stathi Paxinos Swim team has rebounded well from the fallout of its London Olympic Games campaign.
Stathi Paxinos Alicia Coutts could have found better ways to spend a night before an important competition. But for all her success in recent years, Australia's most successful swimmer at the London Olympic Games...
Stathi Paxinos Alicia Coutts could have found better ways to spend a night before an important competition.
Michael Cowley The general manager of the Australian Swimmers Association, Daniel Kowalski, has admitted some of his members have expressed concerns about a number of things, not just childish pranks, that occurred...
Megan Levy Claims body hair was scattered on beds and Stilnox used by relay team among a raft of startling suggestions.
Michael Cowley Every day Christian Sprenger gives thanks that he decided against giving away swimming. On Sunday night, his persistence was rewarded with an Olympic silver medal when the stars aligned in the 100m...
Stathi Paxinos In the women's 100 butterfly, former world champion Jess Schipper turned back the clock by qualifying fastest for tonight's semi-finals.
Michael Cowley It was time to stand and deliver and like many a champion in various sports before him, Ian Thorpe did just that this morning when he took the first step towards doing what many have believed just...
Stathi Paxinos For some people, the writing really is on the wall. David McKeon is a classic example.
Christian Sprenger's relief was there for all to see when he broke the elusive minute barrier in claiming the 100-metre breaststroke title at the Olympic trials in Adelaide last night.
Michael Cowley Ian Thorpe's Olympic comeback is officially over after he failed this morning to advance out of the 100m freestyle heats into tonight's semi-finals.
Stathi Paxinos James Magnussen wanted to a send message to his rivals near and far last night.
Samantha Lane Embarrassing double standard exposed as Swimming Australia - now facing pressure from dissenting London-bound athletes - is today set to sanction Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk over the weapon photo...
Samantha Lane The disapproval of Australian swimmers over the handling of Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk has not subsided, despite the pair being spared further punishment in the gun photo affair.
Laine Clark Barely 24 hours after glamour girl Stephanie Rice pulled the plug on her Queensland titles campaign, Nick D'Arcy was also conspicuous by his absence.
Olympians Christian Sprenger and Marieke Guerher have opened up Australia's Swimming World Cup campaign with three gold medals in the first round in Brazil.
Rebecca Bryan Brendan Hansen's chance of regaining his 200m breaststroke world record from Kosuke Kitajima in Beijing died with his shock defeat at the US Olympic trials.
Australia has completed a dominant performance at the Mare Nostrum swimming series in Barcelona by winning another 20 medals, eleven of them gold.
Breaststroker Brenton Rickard smashed two Commonwealth shortcourse records to highlight the second morning of finals at the grand prix meet in Canberra.
By Tom Wald Libby Lenton has reinforced her status as the world's premier 100m butterfly swimmer by swatting away Jess Schipper at the trials in Sydney.