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COMM GAMES SWIMMING: Australia’s 4x100m freestyle relay team of Bronte Campbell, Melanie Schlanger, Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell have broken the world record
SWIMMING: The Australian Swim Team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has been announced, tonight following a week of world class action at the Australian Swimming Championships in Brisbane.
SWIMMING: Queenslander Grant Irvine has announced himself on the Australian swimming scene by recording the second quickest Australian men’s 200m butterfly of all time, at the 2013 Australian Swimming Championships in Adelaide tonight.
SWIMMING: In another bonding initiative following the London Olympics, the Australian swimming team will train alongside the country's rising stars at a six-day national camp on the Gold Coast next week.
SWIMMING: Alicia Coutts was rewarded for her standout performance at the London Olympics as she claimed her second Australian swimmer of the year award on Saturday night.
SWIMMING: London Olympic gold medallists Melanie Schlanger and Brittany Elmslie will headline a group of more than 450 athletes heading to Perth for the EnergyAustralia Short Course Championships next week, with swimmers vying for selection for the FINA World Championships in Turkey this December.
TEAM: Olympic gold medallists Cate Campbell and Melanie Schlanger and long jump silver medallist Mitchell Watt have reminded the media to focus on the achievements of the Australian Olympic Team rather than criticise their lack of gold medals in London.
SWIMMING: The Australian team of Bronte Barratt, Melanie Schlanger, Kylie Palmer and Alicia Coutts have put up a brave fight in the battle to defend their Olympic 4x200m freestyle relay title before going down to a white hot USA team.
SWIMMING: With the newly bestowed title of Olympic champion following her into the pool, Australian Melanie Schlanger has qualified second for the semi-finals of the women’s 100 metres freestyle after this morning’s heats.
SWIMMING: First night of finals at the London Aquatic Centre and Australia featured in all four finals and swam to a sensational gold in the final event of the session the women's 4x100m relay final.