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Aquatics

Shemberev shines, Turkey dominate
Maksym Shemberev helped Azerbaijan move up to second place in the swimming medal table as he claimed his third and fourth golds of the 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games. Read full article
Turkish women on top, Shemberev strikes again
Turkey's women continued to assert their supremacy in the swimming on day three of the Islamic Solidarity Games, while Maksym Shemberev powered to his second gold medal for hosts Azerbaijan. Read full article
Japan bank on Hagino, Ikee for world champs
Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino and schoolgirl sensation Rikako Ikee will head Japan's charge at this summer's world swimming championships when both are likely to face very different types of pressure. Read full article
Pressure on Hagino after Seto defeat
Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino faces a fierce challenge from close to home in the 400 metres individual medley at this summer's world championships. Read full article
Larkin, Seebohm, Campbell lead Aussie team
Defending world champions Mitch Larkin, Emily Seebohm and Bronte Campbell will lead a 31-member Australian team for the Fina World Swimming Championships in Budapest in July. Read full article
Eight SA swimmers qualify for Worlds
The 2017 SA National Aquatic Championships in Durban successfully concluded on Saturday with a total of twenty-four Junior and eight Senior Fina World Championships qualifications. Read full article
Youngsters impress at SA Champs
Western Cape’s Rebecca Meder and the talented youngsters of Mzansi continued to impress, while Tatjana Schoenmaker, Douglas Erasmus and Brad Tandy added their names to the FINA World Championships team. Read full article
No stopping Le Clos on Day 4
After four days of competition, SA’s top athletes displayed no signs of slowing down as the Fina World Champs qualification times continue to pour in at the SA National Aquatic Championship in Durban. Read full article
Le Clos, Brown lead the way for Worlds
Chad le Clos and Myles Brown led the way as the Fina World Championships Qualification short list continued to grow on the third night of swimming action in Durban on Wednesday. Read full article
Synchro champion Ishchenko retires
Russia's five-time Olympic synchrohized swimming champion Natalia Ishchenko announced her retirement from the sport on Wednesday, diving into the murky waters of politics instead, the R-Sport agency reported. Read full article
Magnussen chooses CG over world championships
Australia's James Magnussen will forgo the chance to win a third 100 metres freestyle title at the swimming world championships in Budapest. Read full article
SA swimmers qualify for Worlds
The South African swim stars continued to showcase their skills and determination on the second day of the SA National Aquatic Championships taking place in Durban. Read full article
Van der Burgh leads the charge in Durban
The battle for fast times has begun as South Africa's youth and elite swimmers kicked off the 2017 SA National Aquatic Championships at the Kings Park Swimming Pool in Durban on Monday. Read full article
Expectant mom Vollmer to race
Five-time Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Dana Vollmer isn't letting her latest pregnancy slow her down. Read full article
Phelps calls for urgent doping reform
US swimming legend Michael Phelps called for an urgent overhaul of global anti-doping procedures on Tuesday as the top American drug czar accused the IOC of dragging its feet over reform. Read full article
Phelps frustrated by Rio doping fears
US swimming legend Michael Phelps has spoken of his frustration at the possibility rivals were using drugs at last year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Read full article
Venter, De Jager win River Mile titles
Teenagers Ian Venter and Amica de Jager capitalised on good swimming conditions to record their maiden wins in the River Mile feature events at the Spar Summer Festival on Sunday. Read full article
Five more meet records in Stellenbosch
The 2017 SA Grand Prix Invitational Swimming Meet wrapped up on Sunday at the Stellenbosch University Swimming Pool with an additional five new meet records. Read full article
Records tumble in Stellenbosch
A record breaking start for Mzansi’s top athletes as the last leg of the South African Grand Prix Invitational Swimming Meet got underway at the Stellenbosch University Swimming Pool on Saturday. Read full article
Hackett to seek help after family bust-up
Australian Olympic swimming great Grant Hackett says he will seek treatment overseas for mental health problems after what he called "the toughest week of my life". Read full article
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