Sarah Katsoulis

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.

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Aussies win swim medals in Turkey

Sarah Katsoulis

Australia's men's 4x200m freestyle relay team won a silver medal and Sarah Katsoulis pocketed bronze on day two of the short course world swimming championships at Istanbul in Turkey, with American...

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Swimming updates: Thorpe into semi-final

Ian Thorpe.

Stathi Paxinos Ian Thorpe qualifies for the final of the 200 metres freestyle semi-final at the national swiming trials after finishing with the fifth fastest heat time.

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Thorpe shows glimpses of the champion of old

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...

Liesel's going to London

Liam Fitzgibbon LEISEL JONES secured a slice of history despite relinquishing her national 100-metres breaststroke title for the first time in 12 years at the Olympic trials in Adelaide last night.

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Jones bids to carry flag at Games

Leisel

Stathi Paxinos LEISEL JONES would defy tradition and carry the Australian flag in London if she was asked after she last night became the first Australian swimmer to qualify for a fourth Olympic Games.

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Gritty Jones makes it four straight Olympics

London-bound: Breaststroke champion Leisel Jones.

Stathi Paxinos, Adelaide Leisel Jones set to become first Australian swimmer to compete at four Olympics.

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Libby Trickett's comeback gathers pace

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Stathi Paxinos Libby Trickett continues to show that she could be the most likely of the returning champions to snare a spot on the London Olympic team when she again showed encouraging form in this morning's 100...

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.

Aussie swimmer Guehrer in cash showdown

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.

Aussie Katsoulis finds winning feeling

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.

Swimmer Hurley in gold rush in Singapore

Australia's rising backstroke star Robert Hurley went close to claiming a second short course world record at the swimming World Cup meeting in Singapore.

Monk's second gold with 4x200m relay win

Kenrick Monk claimed his second gold medal as he anchored Australia to a thrilling 4x200m freestyle victory at the world championships in Manchester.

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.

Lenton prepares for Beijing Olympics

By Daniel Pace Swimming star Libby Lenton is toughening up ahead of the Beijing Olympic trials in March.