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Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers Undergoes Surprise Surgery In Sydney

Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers Undergoes Surprise Shoulder Surgery In Sydney Australia's Rio Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers has had arthroscopic shoulder surgery in a Sydney Hospital where doctors removed a troublesome bursa and revealing the 100m freestyle champion would be "good to go" for h...

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Six World Records That Could Fall in the ISL Semifinals

The first season of the International Swimming League (ISL) yielded three world records, a rapid and historic start to the league’s life. But 2020 has been fallow on the records front, not a surprise given the lack of meets this season and the rampant training disruptions forced by COVID-19. But as ...

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Brett Hawke Joins USC Swimming & Diving As Volunteer Assistant Coach

Brett Hawke, a two-time Australian Olympian and nine-time NCAA champion at Auburn who served as his alma mater’s head coach for a decade, is joining the USC women’s and men’s swimming and diving program as a volunteer assistant coach, Trojan head coach Jeremy Kipp announced today. “The experience an...

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Passages: Australia's Don Talbot, a Giant in Coaching, Dies at 87

Passages: Australia's Don Talbot, a Giant in Coaching, Dies at 87 The swimming world has lost a legend from its coaching ranks, as Australia's Don Talbot died on Tuesday at the age of 87. Talbot, a 1979 inductee into the International Swimming Hall of Fame, is regarded as one of the greatest coachin...

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Swimming Australia Confirms CEO Leigh Russell Will Step Down

Swimming Australia today confirmed that CEO Leigh Russell has advised the board she will be stepping down as CEO at the end of November this year. Swimming Australia deputy board chairperson, Tracy Stockwell, said that Leigh had been a strong leader for the organisation and for the sport over the pa...