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Olympic spirit celebrated in Rio

Olympic spirit celebrated in Rio

19 August 2016

Gold, silver and bronze medals are not the only form of glory celebrated at the Olympic Games.

Day 8 preview – Super Saturday

Day 8 preview – Super Saturday

13 August 2016

On Super Saturday Australia has medal hopes on the water, in the velodrome, in the pool and on the track.

Horton on the hunt in 1500m free

Horton on the hunt in 1500m free

13 August 2016

Gold medallist from the 400m freestyle Mack Horton was finally back in the water for his second individual event today, the men’s 1500m freestyle.

Larkin claims sterling silver

Larkin claims sterling silver

12 August 2016

Mitch Larkin has put in an incredible performance to collect a silver medal in the men’s 200m backstroke - just the third medal in Australian Olympic history in this event.

Gracious McEvoy flies in 50 free heats

Gracious McEvoy flies in 50 free heats

12 August 2016

The men’s 50m freestyle splash and dash kicked off proceedings on Day 6 heats at the Rio Olympic Aquatic Centre with Australia’s Cameron McEvoy and Matthew Abood amongst the action.

'Chalming' night in the pool with one gold and two silvers

'Chalming' night in the pool with one gold and two silvers

11 August 2016

Kyle Chalmers has won the 100m freestyle in his Olympic debut in a barnstorming finish and huge personal best.

McKeon delivers bold bronze for gutsy Aussies

McKeon delivers bold bronze for gutsy Aussies

10 August 2016

Olympic relay gold medallist Emma McKeon has added to her medal haul, swimming out of her skin to win the bronze medal in the women’s 200m freestyle final.

Chalmers keeps calm and qualifies on top

Chalmers keeps calm and qualifies on top

10 August 2016

At just 18 years-old, Kyle Chalmers seems to have wisdom beyond his years.

Letters of intent bond relay team

Letters of intent bond relay team

8 August 2016

SWIMMING: Australia’s men’s relay sprinters may not have quite carried out their instructions to the letter but it was letters from former Olympians that helped them bounce back from the disappointment of a barren London Olympics.

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