Swimming
 Leigh Russell new Swimming Australia boss
Swimming Australia have unveiled Leigh Russell as their new chief executive.
 Horton stung by bee but avoids Games buzz
Olympic champion Mack Horton has avoided the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games buzz in his hometown Melbourne but has had his lead-up affected by a bee sting.
 Campbell ready to face Rio demons
Cate Campbell says the thought of taking on co-Olympic champion Penny Oleksiak at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games has not brought back bad Rio memories.
 Campbell targets Tokyo 2020 - and beyond
Cate Campbell is targeting Tokyo 2020 and beyond after a successful comeback from a 12-month sabbatical at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games swim trials.
 Titmus eyes main event after Games nod
Breakout star Ariarne Titmus has earned selection for her first Commonwealth Games swimming team but reckons it is a warm-up for the main event this week.
 Lizard King Chalmers ready for Games
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has revealed the secret passion that has helped him regain his mojo ahead of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games - lizards.
 Missile sets sights on Games target
James Magnussen has his sights set on his next target at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games after nabbing a last chance to earn an individual swim for Australia.
 Campbell, Chalmers to spearhead Dolphins
Cate Campbell and Kyle Chalmers will spearhead a 49-strong Australian swimming team at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
 Australia set to win 'Ashes of swimming'
Coach Jacco Verhaeren is convinced Australia will win the "Ashes of swimming" at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games after the four-day trials.
 McKeown dedicates upset win to grandfather
Teenager Kaylee McKeown has dedicated her upset 200m backstroke gold at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games swim trials to her ill grandfather.
 Coach finds fault in Titmus' rare treble
Teenager Ariarne Titmus may have completed a rare freestyle treble at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games swim trials but her coach still had an issue.
 Larkin earns Games berth, avoids chores
Former world champion Mitch Larkin has earned Gold Coast Commonwealth Games selection and claimed arguably a much bigger reward at the national swim trials.
 McKeon books seven event Games program
Australian swimming's golden girl Emma McKeon has booked a seven event Gold Coast Commonwealth Games program after clinching 100m butterfly gold.
 Chalmers no one-hit wonder at swim trials
Kyle Chalmers has dismissed fears that he is a "one-hit wonder" by claiming a maiden 100m freestyle title at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games swim trials.
 Games trials tough love works for Titmus
Teenager Ariarne Titmus has soaked up the tough love from coach Dean Boxall to win 400m freestyle gold in an Australian record at the Commonwealth Games trials.
 Campbell makes up for lost time at trials
Cate Campbell is making up for lost time after a 2017 sabbatical, claiming two national titles in quick succession at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games trials.
 Sister convinces Campbell to take break
Injury-plagued Bronte Campbell has been convinced to take a post-Gold Coast Commonwealth Games break by her sister Cate's successful sabbatical.
 Groves back in pool after horror 2017
Olympic silver medallist Madeline Groves missed a 200m butterfly medal at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games trials, but she is just happy to be competing again.
 Chalmers claims maiden 100m crown
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has claimed his maiden national 100m freestyle crown at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games swim trials, rating it with Rio gold.
 Horton's fast start to Games swim trials
The cut-throat Gold Coast Commonwealth Games trials have claimed their first big name scalp but Mack Horton has sounded his 200m freestyle intentions.