Australian Swimming Championships 2014
Tue 1 Apr 2014 - Sun 6 Apr 2014
The Australian Swimming Championships was held at SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre, Adelaide between Fri 26 Apr 2013 - Fri 3 May in 2013.
The Australian Swimming Championships are held in March, April or May each
year and bring together the best swimmers from around the Country.
event is currently known as the EnergyAustralia Swimming Championships.
Live Swimming Results :
There is expected to be some very fast swimming at the 2013 Energy Australia
Swimming Championships with many of the members of the Australian Swim Team
in London expected to perform at the event.
World class swimmers James
Magnussen and Christian Sprenger will lead the men's team, whilst leading
the charge of the women's team will be Alicia Coutts and Emily Seebohm.
With two positions available to represent Australia at the FINA World
Championships in Barcelona in each event, there is sure to be fast swimming
throughout the 8 day meet.
Each year, major Australian teams are selected from the Championships.
These teams include swimmers to compete at the Olympic Games, Commonwealth
games and World Long Course Championships.
Australia has produced many quality world-class swimmers over the years
including Dawn Fraser, Murray Rose, Kieran Perkins, Michael Klim, Susie
O'Neill, Grant Hackett and Ian Thorpe.
Swimmers have to qualify for the Australian Championships each year and the
qualifying times are pretty fast. Swimmers compete in their own State
Championships and selected other meets to get and improve their qualifying
Parents play an important role in a swimmers career and can source
information specific to them at www.SwimmingForParents.com.
Nutrition is also important if swimmers want to compete at any level. The
eBook www.NutritionForSwimmers.com is the most suitable source of
nutritional information for swimmers and their parents.
If you would like to improve your swimming, go to www.50SwimTips.com and
download the free eBook.
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