By Liam FitzGibbon World champion James Magnussen is not willing to write off Ian Thorpe but has questioned whether the Olympic great has left himself enough time to make a success of his London comeback bid.
Liam Fitzgibbon World champion James Magnussen is not willing to write off Ian Thorpe but has questioned whether the Olympic great has left himself enough time to make a success of his London comeback bid.
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.
Courtney Rees The search for Australia's next long-distance swimming star is on with three Canberrans pushing to dive into the void left by Grant Hackett.
Miranda Forster, Daniel Lane and David Sygall POLICE may lay a public nuisance charge against Olympic swimmer Kenrick Monk after his tearful admission that he invented the story about being hit by a P-plate driver as he rode his bike to training.
Malcolm Brown ASPIRING Olympian Nick D'Arcy was seeking ''retribution'' rather than defending himself when he assaulted Simon Cowley in a Sydney bar in 2008, counsel told the District Court today.
Malcolm Brown SWIMMER Nick D'Arcy has said he stands by the statement he made to police on the night he assaulted and badly injured former swimmer Simon Cowley, that ''it seemed a good idea at the time''.
Ellen Lutton AUSTRALIA'S favourite comeback swim hero Geoff Huegill lent his support to multiple sclerosis in Queensland yesterday, doing laps as part of the 24-hour MS Mega Swim.
Daniel Lane OLYMPIC gold medallist Alice Mills concedes her new career after the Olympic Games in London next year will require all the discipline and stamina she has developed as an elite swimmer.
Controversial butterfly ace Nick D'Arcy believes his London Olympic selection fate is in his own hands even though officials have yet to announce a decision on the bankrupt swimmer's eligibility.
Michael Cowley JAMES MAGNUSSEN would be the bane of all football coaches. He chooses not to speak in cliches and has the confidence to say exactly what he believes about his own ability.
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.
Adrian Warren World 100m freestyle swimming champion James Magnussen believes his sizzling early-year form is ringing alarm bells among his overseas rivals.
Michael Cowley NICK D'ARCY will know ''sooner rather than later'' whether he should bother competing at the Olympic swimming trials in March given that even if he qualifies he may not get to London after filing for...
Darren Cartwright Queensland's premier hopes Olympic swimmer Kenrick Monk has learnt a valuable lesson after police drop charges against him for lying about a hit and run.
Ian Thorpe has set the quickest time of his comeback to finish sixth in the 100m freestyle final at a low-key event in Luxembourg in 50.76 seconds
Georgina Robinson Olympic swimming great says Ian Thorpe has ''challenges'' ahead in bid to qualify for Games.
Olympic swimming great Kieren Perkins concedes Ian Thorpe has ''challenges'' ahead of him in his bid to qualify for the London Olympics and should consider travelling less in the next few months.
Controversial swimmer Nick D'Arcy has reportedly filed for bankruptcy.
Michael Cowley WHEN Libby Trickett approached her former coach Grant Stoelwinder earlier this week, he had no idea what was coming.