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New look triathlon team unveiled for 2018 Commonwealth Games
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Triathlon Australia: November 17, 2017: A new look Australian Commonwealth Games triathlon team has been unveiled on the Gold Coast today – heralding an exciting era for the sport that made its Games debut in Manchester in 2002.

Joining automatic nominations Jake Birtwhistle (Tasmania), Ashleigh Gentle (Queensland) and Charlotte McShane (NSW) in the six-strong team will be discretionary selections, Queensland trio Luke Willian, Matt Hauser and Gillian Backhouse.


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Swimming’s Nicole Livingstone OAM to lead AFLW through 2018 and beyond
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Swimming Australia: November 17, 2017: Swimming Australia would like to formally congratulate Nicole Livingstone OAM, who has overnight been appointed as the head of Women’s Football and will join the AFL on December 4, to take on the challenge of growing and managing the NAB AFL Women’s Competition and female football participation.


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FIRST AUSTRALIAN ATHLETES TO BE FORMALLY ANNOUNCED FOR GOLD COAST 2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES
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Swimming Australia: November 17, 2017: Commonwealth Games Australia will announce the first athletes to be part of Australia’s Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Team, tomorrow, Friday November 17 at 1.30pm at the Mitchell Park Pavilion, Mitchell Park, Southport Broadwater. 

Six triathletes will be the first confirmed athletes to be part of the Australian Team. 


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Beyond the Black Line launches interactive website for teens
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Swimming Australia: November 3, 2017: The Australian Swimmers Association (ASA) is excited to announce the launch of the new Beyond the Black Line website, a resource created for the swimming community in a joint collaboration with Swimming Australia.

The journey for any young teenager is tough to navigate and while sport and being active is great for kids when puberty hits, pressure increases and many kids are often lost to the sport.


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Emily Seebohm and Emma McKeon reign supreme at Swimming’s Gala Awards Night
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Swimming Australia: October 29, 2017: Two of Australia’s queens of the pool, Emily Seebohm and Emma McKeon were the big winners at Swimming Australia’s Gala Awards Dinner, presented by Hancock Prospecting in Adelaide tonight.

 

Triple-Olympian Seebohm (Brisbane Grammar) was awarded the Olympic Program Swimmer of the Year while McKeon (Griffith University) took home the coveted Hancock Prospecting Swimmer’s Swimmer and, along with Paralympic golden girl Lakeisha Patterson, one of two prestigious Mrs. Gina Rinehart Patron Awards.


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Josh Parrish upsets big names and sets sights on Commonwealth Games
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Swimming Australia: October 28, 2017: Gold Coaster Josh Parrish mixed it with some of the biggest names in swimming in Adelaide tonight and declared he wants to be part of Australia’s team for next year’s Commonwealth Games.

The 20-year-old formerly from Townsville and now an intricate part of the TSS Aquatics team at Southport was a surprise winner of the 1500m freestyle on the final night of the 2017 Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships at the SA Aquatic Centre.


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Minna Atherton steals 50m backstroke crown in record time
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Swimming Australia: October 28, 2017: Queensland’s former world junior champion Minna Atherton put reputations and records aside when she upset defending champion Emily Seebohm and stole her Australian All-Comers 50m backstroke record in Adelaide today.

It came the morning after the night before when 25-year-old Seebohm had wrapped up her 25th lifetime National short course title in the 100m backstroke at the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships last night.


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Seebohm swims to 25th National title and a slice of short course history
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Swimming Australia: October 27, 2017: Emily Seebohm has tonight eclipsed Matt Welsh as Australia’s most successful Australian Short Course swimmer, winning her 25th National title in Adelaide.

The 25-year-old triple Olympian and five-time world champion, added her third victory of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships in the 100m backstroke.


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Swim stars swap caps and goggles for glitz and glamour
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Swimming Australia: October 27, 2017: Swimming Australia will honour the best of the best for 2017 at its glittering annual Gala Dinner at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Sunday night

It’s the one black tie night of the year when the Dolphins swap their caps and goggles of the pool for the glitz and glamour of the blue carpet.


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