The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has been dealing with the Russian cyber espionage group, also known as “Fancy Bear,” releasing illegally obtained confidential athlete data for several weeks now. Much
By Maddie Strasen, Swimming World College Intern It’s 4:45 a.m. It’s pitch black outside—the sun has yet to rise. You debate in your head whether to turn off your alarm
The final day of competition wrapped up at the 2016 Australia State Teams Short Course Championships with Daniel Cave of Victoria posting a new meet record in the boys 16-17 100-meter breaststroke.
The second day of the 2016 Australia State Team Short Course Championships featured two busy sessions as athletes participated in distances from 50-meters to 1500-meters. Leo Macalister of New South Wales
Melbourne Vicentre’s Oliver Nash delivered two wins in the first day of competition at the 2016 Australia State Teams Short Course Championships. Nash finished first in both the boys 14-15 50 free
As we enter a new Olympic cycle and head towards Tokyo 2020, Swimming Australia is finding and preparing our next generation of swimmers. Straight off the back of the 2016
Seven-time Olympic medalist Kirsty Coventry has decided to call it a swimming career after competing in her fifth Olympic Games for Zimbabwe last month in Rio at the age of