By Laine Clark Retirement may have crossed her mind but Jodie Henry says motivation won't be a problem after pulling out of Beijing Games contention due to injury.
Lee Gaskin AIS director Matt Favier remains confident the training institution will continue to play a crucial role in elite sport.
Michael Cowley SHE was Australia's shining star on the opening night of competition in Beijing four years ago, and now Stephanie Rice will have the opportunity to again ignite the nation's Olympic campaign, having...
Jim Morton Stephanie Rice's coach admits swimming's glamour girl struggled to overcome her post-Olympic hangover but he's confident living the high life won't cost her.
Tom Wald Stephanie Rice has enjoyed her time on the publicity train but now she wants to step off.
By Todd Balym Fearless 15-year-old Cate Campbell has put the world on notice, declaring she is intimidated by nobody in her quest to dominate sprint freestyle.
By Guy Hand Swim queen Jodie Henry has unleashed the racer within at the Victorian championships, winning the 50m freestyle gold medal.
Grant Hackett has cruised into Monday night's 400m freestyle final at the Victorian swimming championships with little fuss.
By Guy Hand Triple Olympic gold medallist Jodie Henry knows she is running out of time, but two strong swims have buoyed her hopes of defending her 100m crown in Beijing.
By Guy Hand Fears are mounting over Olympic swimming champion Jodie Henry's preparation for Beijing after pulling out the 100m freestyle at the Victorian championships.
Grant Hackett will aim to continue his resurgence, and Jodie Henry will try to begin hers at the Victorian swimming championships.
Melanie Schlanger has pulled off a major upset, defeating sprint queens Libby Lenton and Cate Campbell at the Queensland swimming titles in Brisbane.
By Katelyn John Olympic swimming champion Jodie Henry has blamed homesickness and lack of motivation for a decision to quit the AIS in Canberra.
By Todd Balym Libby Lenton was named swimmer of the year, but it was shy butterflyer Jessicah Schipper who received the biggest plaudits at swimming's night of nights.
By Todd Balym Swimming Australia is confident they have world class middle-long distance women freestylers just in time for next year's Beijing Olympic Games.