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Rating In Summary Pellegrini and Anita Field will battle in the South Africa Level III Championships due March 15-19 in Johannesburg. The event will pave way for the Level II Championships on March 22-23 with the Level I completion coming on April 5-
Rating In Summary Jason Dunford wins one silver and bronze medal South Africa won five gold medals in the finals of six events held on Monday Dunford yet to compete in his specialities; 50m and 100m butterfly Kenya's Olympian Jason Dunford won one
Double Olympic medalist Chad le Clos was first in the water in the 200m freestyle, winning the race in a time of 1:45.08 ahead of fellow Olympians Darian Townsend in 1:45.38 and Leith Shankland 1:47.26. Both Le Clos and Townsend dipping under the 'A'
Chan Zi Xin finished outside of the medals at the last Sukma in Malacca but she will be celebrating this time around after grabbing the limelight with a record breaking effort for Selangor in the womens 50m backstroke race at the Wisma Belia Swimming
Fiji Swimming Long Course Age Group National Championship at the Damodar Aquatic Centre in Laucala, Suva. In a statement to Times Sports, Fiji Swimming said the Triton Club of Suva broke the highest number of records. The club managed to set 10
Samoa is in the country to compete at the Fiji Swimming National Age Group Championships that got off to a good start at the Damodar Aquatic Centre in Laucala yesterday. The Tanifa O Le Vai Swim Club with seven swimmers is using this competition as a
Sabah swimmer Chui Lai Kwan has not given up her Olympic dream despite walking out of the national team late last year. She underlined her intention to better her Olympic invitation time for the womens 50m freestyle by winning the 50m backstroke race
Amidst a galaxy of star swimmers, Gupta took away the opening days honours with gold in the girls under-9 50m freestyle, and new meet records in the 50m backstroke and breaststroke, and 100m individual medley to complete a breathtaking performance.
In the latest part of our weekly #olympicthursday series profiling leading British hopes, BBC Olympic sports reporter Nick Hope speaks to Great Britain's two-time world champion Liam Tancock. Last year, Liam Tancock became only the second British
Kiwi swimmer Glenn Snyders won the men's 50m breaststroke on the opening night of the New South Wales Championships at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre last night. Fellow Commonwealth Games teammates Lauren Boyle and Wellington's Gareth Kean