Liam Fitzgibbon Australian swimmer Kenneth To lands a huge pay day by securing the FINA short-course World Cup top prize.
Perth London Olympian Tommaso D'Orsogna and national short course championships star Kenneth To will lead the Australian team at the 2012 world short course titles in Turkey in December.
Stathi Paxinos, Adelaide Libby Trickett and Jess Schipper will renew their rivalry in the heats and semi-finals of the 100 metres butterfly.
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 She has had nagging shoulder problems since surgery last December, needed to modify her training to compensate for the injury as a result, and even last month you sensed even Stephanie Rice was...
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...
Marieke Guehrer landed the biggest single payday in Australian swimming history by winning the $US100,000 women's first prize in the FINA World Cup.
Ian Hanson Australia's Matt Jaukovic maintained his unbeaten record in the men's 50 metres butterfly on the opening night of the FINA/ARENA Swimming World Cup.
Australian swimmer Marieke Guehrer is headed for a big money clash with Swedish star Therese Alshammar at the FINA World Cup finale in Berlin this weekend.
Sarah Katsoulis produced the best swim of her career to claim one of three gold medals won by Australians at the World Cup meeting in Stockholm.
Australian swimmers collected four gold medals on the opening day of the World Cup short-course event in Moscow.
Butterflyer Marieke Guehrer is eying a handsome windfall after increasing her lead in the short-course swimming World Cup series in Singapore.
Australia's Robert Hurley has broken the shortcourse world record in the 50m backstroke at the World Cup meet in Sydney.
Nick D'Arcy has returned to the pool in record-breaking fashion, the controversial swimmer tying for the 200m butterfly title at the World Cup meet in Sydney.
Australia's Marieke Guehrer maintained her winning form by collecting the 50m butterfly title at the World Cup short-course meeting in South Africa.
Beijing Olympian Christian Sprenger has continued his winning ways on the opening day of the second leg of the swimming short-course World Cup in Durban.
Marieke Guehrer has claimed two gold medals in the space of 30 minutes to highlight night three at the Australian shortcourse championships in Melbourne.