Swimming
 Shayna Jack shaken by cyber attack: lawyer
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has been left "incredibly shaken" by a cyber attack as she prepares to appeal her four-year ban for a doping violation.
 Shayna Jack's appeal date set but secret
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack's Court of Arbitration for Sport appeal hearing date has been set but has been kept secret as she prepares to clear her name.
 Exiting Verhaeren proud of Dolphins stint
Departing Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren says he is proud of the way his team has turned it around since the "toxic" 2012 London Olympics.
 Taylor takes over as Aust head swim coach
Rohan Taylor has taken over as Australian swimming's head coach for the Tokyo Olympics after Jacco Verhaeren announced he will leave in September.
 Aussie swim veteran eyes Tokyo medal
Australian swimmer Thomas Fraser-Holmes says he is aiming to cap his stellar career with a Tokyo Olympic medal three years after contemplating retirement.
 Jack vows to clear name at doping appeal
A defiant Shayna Jack says she intends to clear her name when her appeal against a doping ban is heard and return to the Australian swimming team.
 Shayna Jack's CAS appeal hearing looming
Shayna Jack is likely to learn within a week when her appeal against a doping ban will be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, her swimming coach says.
 Thorpe almost missed Olympic final: Klim
Michael Klim has revealed not everything went to plan with Australia's famous 2000 Sydney Olympics relay win due to Ian Thorpe's troublesome racing suit.
 Sun Yang lodges appeal against suspension
Banned Chinese swimmer Sun Yang has lodged an appeal against his eight-year suspension to the Swiss federal court.
 Virus offers swimmers perspective: Perkins
Twenty-four years after winning his second 1500m freestyle Olympic gold, Kieren Perkins says the virus lockdown offers valuable lessons to Australia's swimmers.
 Shutdown may still affect Tokyo: Perkins
Dual Olympic champion Kieren Perkins says the coronavirus shutdown may affect the standard of competition in the 2021 Tokyo Games pool.
 Campbell confident of being fit for 2021
Cate Campbell says lessons learned from her 2017 hiatus have taught her she can return to her best for the Olympics after coronavirus restrictions are lifted .
 Clean sport my focus: Mack Horton
Mack Horton has commented following CAS handing down an eight-year ban to his swimming rival, Sun Yang.
 Aussies coy on Sun Yang doping verdict
Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren says the outcome of Chinese swimmer Sun Yang's doping case won't distract his team.
 Chalmers fires Olympic warning shot
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has sounded a warning shot to American rival Caeleb Dressel by snatching the world No.1 100m freestyle ranking.
 McKeown fires Tokyo Olympic warning shot
Australia's Kaylee McKeown has thrown down the gauntlet to American world record holder Regan Smith ahead of Tokyo with a stunning backstroke double.
 Campbell praises swim league's success
Australia's Cate Campbell believes the inaugural International Swimming League's impact will be felt for decades to come.
 Campbell misses out in ISL swimming finale
Australia's Cate Campbell has been beaten in her final 50m freestyle event of 2019 as her team was pipped for the inaugural International Swimming League title.
 Jack claims steroid cross-contamination
Swimming star Shayna Jack will claim cross-contamination may be behind her positive doping test in her first TV interview since the incident.
 Campbell vies for IOC athletes' commission
Australian swimming great Cate Campbell will stand next year for membership of the International Olympic Committee's athletes' commission.