Swimming
 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.
 Swim coach vents over Jack doping case
Australian swimming Dean Boxall admits he is frustrated over Shayna Jack's ongoing anti-doping case, saying she deserves to realise her Olympic dream.
 I'm the underdog against Ledecky: Titmus
Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus says she remains the underdog in her rivalry with America's Katie Ledecky.
 Campbell guides Roar to ISL swimming final
Australian sprint queen Cate Campbell is again in the money after helping London Roar qualify for the inaugural International Swimming League final.
 List of Swimming Australia award winners
List of Swimming Australia award winners
 No rest in sight for Aussie swimmer Titmus
Ariarne Titmus has capped a stellar 2019 by being named Australia's swimmer of the year but says the hard work has only just begun ahead of the Tokyo Games.
 Atherton close to backstroke world record
Australian swimmer Minna Atherton has just fallen short of adding another world record to her resume at the International Swimming League.
 Sun drug tester a ring-in, appeal told
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has reportedly been told one of champion Chinese swimmer Sun Yang's drug testers was an unqualified construction worker.
 Cate Campbell claims rich swimming prize
Cate Campbell has won the 100m freestyle at the World Cup series finale in Doha and become Australian swimming's biggest money earner in a single year.
 Campbell keeps eyes on swimming prize
Cate Campbell is on track to become Australian swimming's biggest money earner in a single year with another win at the World Cup series finale in Doha.
 Swimmer Campbell in sight of big pay day
After remaining on top of the women's rankings, Cate Campbell is in sight of a huge pay cheque in swimming's lucrative World Cup series.
 Campbell set to hit jackpot in pool
Former world champion Cate Campbell is on track to become Australian swimming's biggest prize money earner in a single year.
 Brisbane teen posts 100m backstroke record
Brisbane teenager Minna Atherton has made world-wide headlines after becoming the first woman to break the 55-second mark in a 100m backstroke race.
 Aussies shine on debut in ISL pool
Australian swimmers have helped London Roar emerge triumphant on debut in the game-changing International Swimming League leg in Texas.
 Jack reveals toll of drug test uncertainty
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack says she may have to wait until June for a formal hearing after her positive drug test, the same month as the Olympic trials.