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Cate Campbell dreams of leaving a legacy

Cate Campbell dreams of leaving a legacy

Cate Campbell says Australia's world record-holders need to "keep up with the rest of the world" as rivals get faster.

  • by Caden Helmers

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Campbell sisters get official nod to lead Dolphins towards Tokyo 2020
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Campbell sisters get official nod to lead Dolphins towards Tokyo 2020

Cate and Bronte Campbell, along with Mitch Larkin, Alex Graham and Jess Hansen, have been unveiled as Australian swimming's athlete leaders ahead of the World Championships and Tokyo Olympics.

  • by Phil Lutton
This might help: AOC boss Coates hands over D'Arcy files to NRL

This might help: AOC boss Coates hands over D'Arcy files to NRL

The NRL is now in possession of the case file of swimmer Nick D'Arcy as it considers whether to take a similarly hardline stance on players charged with serious offences.

  • by Adrian Proszenko
How Dean Boxall rose to be one of swimming's new rockstar coaches
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How Dean Boxall rose to be one of swimming's new rockstar coaches

The mentor of Ariarne Titmus never did fit the mould. But neither did the man he's been compared to since he started weaving his magic around the pool.

  • by Phil Lutton
Teenage sisters dominate Cole Classic swim event
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Teenage sisters dominate Cole Classic swim event

Teenage siblings Kimberley, Emily and Katelynn Doyle dominated the Cole Classic, sweeping the podium for the women's 1km swim.

  • by Josh Dye
Chalmers could be Australia's lone crusader in FINA’s new series

Chalmers could be Australia's lone crusader in FINA’s new series

FINA has detailed its reply to the rebel-backed International Swim League, but most Australian stars are set to skip the meets.

  • by Georgina Robinson
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'It's a positive step': Truce declared in global swimming wars
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'It's a positive step': Truce declared in global swimming wars

Cate Campbell will headline a rebel swimming league after a crucial back down from the sport's global governing body, FINA.

  • by Georgina Robinson
Come for the swimming, stay for the sealife: Sydney's best ocean pools
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Come for the swimming, stay for the sealife: Sydney's best ocean pools

There are dozens of ocean and harbour pools in Sydney – some are well known and others are tucked away.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Titmus no longer under the radar: coach

Titmus no longer under the radar: coach

A breakthrough year has ensured Ariarne Titmus will no longer be able to fly under the radar in 2019, Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren says.

  • by Laine Clark
ISL's record prizemoney offer set to escalate rivalry with FINA
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ISL's record prizemoney offer set to escalate rivalry with FINA

The International Swimming League has released details of its contentious inaugural season

  • by Nick Bonyhady
Short-course silver for Fraser-Holmes

Short-course silver for Fraser-Holmes

Thomas Fraser-Holmes has claimed silver in the 400m individual medley as Australia added four medals to their haul at the world short course swimming titles in China.