Swimming
 Chinese swim body backs Sun Yang
The Chinese Swimming Association has backed controversial superstar Sun Yang who is threatening legal action over claims he allegedly clashed with drug testers.
 Aussie stars set to skip new FINA series
Leading Australian swimmers are poised to forego competing at FINA's new marquee event due to a clash with their preparations for the 2019 world titles.
 Pressure mounting on FINA: Woodhouse
Ex-Australian swimming champion Rob Woodhouse says the pressure is mounting on world body FINA after more stars threatened a boycott supporting a rebel league.
 Titmus no longer under the radar: coach
Australian swim head coach Jacco Verhaeren says Ariarne Titmus can no longer fly under the radar but has backed her to handle the limelight in 2019.
 Dolphins coach hails Fraser-Holmes return
Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren has hailed Thomas Fraser-Holmes' stunning return from a 12-month ban, saying he is one to watch in 2019.
 FINA offers olive branch to angry swimmers
World body FINA has offered an olive branch to angry athletes after momentum built to create a breakaway professional swimming league in 2019.
 Dolphins coach hopes Chalmers changes mind
Australian head coach Jacco Verhaeren hopes success in the Tokyo Olympic pool will help convince Kyle Chalmers to reconsider a post-2020 Games AFL switch.
 Aussie swim coach backs Campbell move
Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren hopes a move to Sydney helps Cate and Bronte Campbell find another gear ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.
 Bittersweet return for Bronte Campbell
Former dual world champion Bronte Campbell has capped her swimming comeback with 50m freestyle bronze at the Queensland championships in Brisbane.
 Aussie swim coach queries ad hoc FINA call
Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren has questioned world body FINA's "ad hoc" reaction to the threat of a rival professional league.
 Australia seventh at short-course worlds
Australia have added two bronze medals on the final night of the world short-course swimming titles in China to finish seventh on the medal table.
 Short-course silver for Fraser-Holmes
Australia have won four medals on the second last night of the short course swimming titles in China with Thomas Fraser-Holmes claiming a silver.
 More short course gold in sight for Titmus
Ariarne Titmus has more gold in her sights after narrowly missing a national record to be top qualifier for 400m freestyle at the world short course titles.
 FINA cops criticism, unveils new series
FINA have announced it will host a new lucrative elite swimming series after stinging criticism from athletes but it may be too little, too late.
 Two short course world bronzes for Aussies
Alex Graham and Minna Atherton have added two bronze medals to Australia's tally at the world short course swimming titles in China.
 Titmus grabs world short-course 200m gold
Ariarne Titmus has secured Australia's first gold medal of the world short-course swimming titles, claiming a stirring 200m freestyle win.
 Seebohm, Titmus fire in world short course
Rivals have needed record-breaking efforts to hold out Emily Seebohm and Ariarne Titmus in a bright start for Australia at the world short course swimming.
 Kookaburra to mark milestone at World Cup
Kookaburras forward Trent Mitton will finally mark game No.150 when Australia take on France in a World Cup quarter-final in India.
 Bronte Campbell set for swimming comeback
Ex-dual world champion Bronte Campbell is set to take her first step toward a Tokyo 2020 tilt when she launches her comeback at the Queensland swimming titles.
 Seebohm adds surprise event at world SC
Emily Seebohm will hope to inspire Australia at this week's world short course swimming titles in China after adding a surprise event to her tough program.