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Swimming

James Magnussen to save himself for 100 freestyle final at Commonwealth Games trials

Stathi Paxinos World champion James Magnussen was likely to hold back during tonight's 100 metre freestyle semi-final and aim at unleashing the results of his promising form at Friday nights final at the Glasgow...

Swimming

From sinking to the fast lane

Daniel Kowalski.

David Sygall Australian swimming is out to make a splash for the right reasons.

Swimming

D'Orsogna, To get world short course spots

Australian swimmerTomasso D'Orsogna.

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.

Swimming

Better late than never

Thomas Fraser-Holmes celebrates his win.

Stathi Paxinos Thomas Fraser-Holmes secures place in team for this year's world championships.

Swimming

Fraser-Holmes secures 200m title and world championships spot

Thomas Fraser-Holmes celebrates his 200m freestyle final win at the Australian Swimming Championships on Sunday.

Stathi Paxinos It happened a couple of days later than what Thomas Fraser-Holmes would have liked, but the 21-year-old secured his place on the Australian team for this year's world championships when he won the...

Swimming

Campbell sisters make it a double act for Barcelona

Cate Campbell and Bronte Campbell.

Stathi Paxinos, Adelaide Cate Campbell showed at the national titles on Wednesday night that she is in career-best form.

Swimming

New boss raises the bar for world titles

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Stathi Paxinos Swim team has rebounded well from the fallout of its London Olympic Games campaign.

Swimming

Christian Sprenger wins Australia's first gold medal of World Championships

Christian Sprenger.

Liam FitzGibbon Christian Sprenger has won Australia's first gold medal of the world championships in Barcelona on a night when Alicia Coutts won two more silver medals.

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Olympics

Fifth place just the Trickett for Libby

Libby Trickett

Stathi Paxinos JUST a couple of years ago, the London Olympics were not even remotely in Libby Trickett's plan.

Swimming

Trickett grabs Games ticket

Power packed: Libby Trickett is pumped after qualifying for the Olympic Games last night.

Stathi Paxinos, Adelaide A couple of years ago, London Games were not even remotely in Libby Trickett's plan.

Pool queens make a splash

If humans were watercraft, most of us would be weekend pleasure boats capable of little more than gadding around in the water.

Swimming

Roberts forced out of AIS home as precaution

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Chris Wilson Olympic medal prospect James Roberts has been forced from his accommodation at the AIS to protect him from a whooping cough outbreak at the Canberra campus, but he and the AIS swim squad will...

Jaukovic goes close to world record

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.

Sullivan breaks 50m freestyle world mark

By Todd Balym And Tom Wald The first time Eamon Sullivan broke a world record it was a shock. On Thursday night it was pure satisfaction.

Jones claims another gold

By Melissa Woods World champion Leisel Jones earned a rare day off after she capped off her Victorian swimming titles with a gold medal in the 200m breaststroke in Melbourne.

Henry shows she has racer's edge

By Guy Hand Swim queen Jodie Henry has unleashed the racer within at the Victorian championships, winning the 50m freestyle gold medal.

Henry's times give a much-needed boost

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.