Swimming Australia has announced three key appointments to its high performance structure in the countdown to next year’s Rio Olympics.
Catch up on all the weekend sport, with Australian divers, swimmers, hockey players and triathletes in action.
Led by three defending World Champions and a host of the world’s best swimmers, a team of 38 athletes are set to contest the 2015 FINA World Championships.
SWIMMING: Nine years after posing for a picture with a young Mack Horton, Grant Hackett says the once doting fan will be our next 1500m Olympic champion.
A picture with Grant Hackett first inspired Mack Horton to take swimming seriously.
SWIMMING: The Australian Championships are being held in Sydney with the new breed of stars like Emma McKeon sharing the spotlight with triple Olympian Grant Hackett. Swimmers are chasing World Championship selection as a big step on their way to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The 2015 Easter weekend was packed with Aussie sport including swimming, diving and Rugby 7s.
Siblings Emma and David McKeon will look to set the benchmark at this week's national swimming titles in Sydney.
Returning swimming champion Grant Hackett will stick to his plan of earning a spot in next year's Olympics through the 200m freestyle.
Swimming Australia has re-launched the Dolphins brand for Australian Swim Team.