Nick D Arcy
Even if Swimming Australia had struck a deal with Nick D'Arcy, it would not have guaranteed him a place at the London Games, the Australian Olympic Committee says.
The Australian Olympic Committee has accepted a recommendation by Swimming Australia that controversial swimmer Nick D'Arcy should remain on the shadow team for the London Olympics this year.
A polite but poker-faced Nick D'Arcy negotiated a media gauntlet on his way into his Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing in Sydney.
Darren Walton Nick D'Arcy is set to walk away from swimming and return to university if his expected appeal against expulsion from the Olympic team is unsuccessful.
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.
Swimmer Nick D'Arcy will learn today whether he will be allowed back onto the Australian Olympic team after he was axed following a nightclub fight.
Stathi Paxinos Grant Irvine has never forgotten the pain of missing Olympic selection last year.
Michael Cowley Stephanie Rice's coach admitted yesterday he remains unsure whether she will retire.
Stathi Paxinos Focus in future to be on the team, not any individual, coach Leigh Nugent says.
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...
Jane Cadzow EVIDENCE of a deal between Swimming Australia and disgraced butterfly star Nick D'Arcy can be found on the organisation's own website, retired swimming champion Simon Cowley said yesterday.
Michael Cowley, Sydney To compound Nick D'Arcy's recent strife, Olympic rival Michael Phelps says he's back in form.
Takeshi Matsuda blitzes the Australian in the 200-metre butterfly final at the Santa Clara Grand Prix swim.
Dominic Bossi Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk will be sent home from the London Olympics immediately after the final day of the swimming events as punishment for posting inappropriate images on social network sites...
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...
David Polkinghorne The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) should reverse its punishment of controversial swimmers Kenrick Monk and Nick D'Arcy despite the pair being a couple of ''dickheads'', swimming icon Laurie...
Lee Gaskin Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk will return to the pool for the first time since their gun photo controversy when the entire Australian Olympic Games swimming squad converges on Canberra this week.
Peter FitzSimons Let's cut to the chase of the photos posted on Facebook by two Olympic swim team members- Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk - posing in a California gun shop with heavy weight pistols and shotguns.
Bob Katter says Australia's "thought police have gone too far" in pillorying our Olympic swimmers for being pictured with legal firearms.
NICK D'ARCY and Kenrick Monk will be sent home from the London Games by the Australian Olympic Committee as soon as their swimming events conclude as punishment for their firearm photo controversy.