Swimming
 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.
 Thomas Kane earns Para swimming gold
Sydney teenager Tiffany Thomas Kane has broken through for Australia's first gold medal at the world Para swimming titles in London.
 Hall of Fame honour for swimmer Rice
Swimmer Stephanie Rice says it's "really cool" to be among the four greats that will be inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in October.
 Swim champ Chalmers has heart surgery
Australia's Olympic swimming champion Kyle Chalmers has undergone a third heart operation but is confident his Tokyo Games campaign is on track.
 Aussies third in world junior swim medals
Australia's next generation of swimmers have finished third on the medal table at the world junior championships in Budapest.
 Golden World Cup swim meet for Australia
Mitch Larkin has led a golden World Cup swimming meet for Australia in Singapore, which included victory in the 4x50m free mixed relay.
 Horton breaks silence after podium protest
Australian swimmer Mack Horton says he's not a hypocrite for staging an anti-doping protest against China's Sun Yang, despite his teammate's positive test.
 Jack vows to fight after ASADA briefing
Australian swimmer Shayna Jack has vowed to fight to prove her innocence after a near five-hour briefing with ASADA officials in Brisbane.
 Jack in tough position: sports minister
Federal Sports Minister Richard Colbeck is defending the handling of swimmer Shayna Jack's positive test for a banned drug.
 Jack banned from lucrative swimming league
Australia's Shayna Jack has been suspended from the International Swimming League after her testing positive to a banned substance..
 Verhaeren says Jack can save swim career
Jacco Verhaeren, the head coach of Australian swimming, says Shayna Jack can come back from the controversy of a positive doping test.
 ASADA backs confidentiality doping probes
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority says confidentiality arrangements are crucial to the integrity of its doping investigations.
 Chalmers ready to reel in Dressel: coach
Australian swimming head coach Jacco Verhaeren says US superstar Caeleb Dressel may struggle to match Kyle Chalmers' unrivalled speed at the Tokyo Games.
 Athletes can make mistakes: swim CEO
Swimming Australia CEO Leigh Russell says some positive drug tests are the result of simple mistakes as Shayna Jack awaits her fate.
 US swim star shines but Campbell on track
Cate Campbell says she is on track to exorcise her Rio demons at the Tokyo Olympics despite being relegated to minor world swim titles medals by Simone Manuel.
 Australia's swim titles medallists
AUSTRALIA'S MEDALLISTS AT WORLD SWIMMING TITLES
 Dramatic swim titles perfect for Aussies
Australian coach Jacco Verhaeren says the Dolphins' drama-packed world swim titles in South Korea will be a "breeze" compared to the Tokyo Olympics.
 Swim CEO's distress for Horton and Jack
Swimming Australia CEO Leigh Russell felt "distressed" watching Mack Horton's world titles protest as one of the few who knew about Shayna Jack's positive test.
 Aussies finish second at swim titles
Australia have pulled off a stunning turnaround to finish second at the world swimming titles in South Korea behind the United States.