Pieter Van Den Hoogenband
Jon Tuxworth Australia's head swimming coach would welcome troubled great Ian Thorpe back into the fold.
David Sygall They went from gold-medal favourites to a national disgrace before the Games in London had even begun.
Stathi Paxinos Australia's new head swimming coach, Jacco Verhaeren, has arrived in the country with a wealth of experience, not to mention success, having guided the careers of Pieter van den Hoogenband, Inge de...
Stathi Paxinos Australia's new head coach arrived with a wealth of experience, not to mention success.
Rupert Guinness Swimming Australia has given incoming national head coach Jacco Verhaeren a clear mandate – to make Australia the world’s top ranked nation.
Rupert Guinness Swimming Australia has no doubt it has the athletes to help the country become the sport's world power.
World champion swimmer James Magnussen hopes the appointment of Dutchman Jacco Verhaeren as Australia's head coach can help turn his London disappointment into Rio Olympics gold.
Liam Fitzgibbon THE old James Magnussen thought he knew all there was to know about mental toughness. It took the toughest preparation of his life - when he says he matured five years in the space of six months - to...
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 Is swimming sensation James Magnussen an embarrassingly arrogant douche bag?
Sydney James Magnussen continues to make waves around the world with his performances but the 100m freestyle world champion's coach isn't fussed with how fast he swims at the NSW championships.
Tom Wald Suddenly Ian Thorpe is feeling a little bit media shy.
Former Olympic sprint champion Pieter van den Hoogenband will end his career at a meeting in Eindhoven on December 7, the Dutch ANP news agency reported.
Top Dutch swimmer Pieter van den Hoogenband has finally accepted he will have to use a new hi-tech swimsuit if he is to keep pace with his rivals.
By Tom Wald Eamon Sullivan's plans to rule the sprinting world at this year's Beijing Olympics have been thrown a curve ball by Frenchman Alain Bernard.