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Swimming Australia is the peak governing body for swimming with nearly 1,000 clubs and 90,000 registered members nationally. Swimming is unique as it is a life-skill, a sport and a recreation. Swimming Australia’s vision is to create a nation of swimmers admired by the world. Striving towards this vision every day through inspiring Australians to be the best swimmer they can be – from grass roots community participation through to elite level swimmers representing our country and themselves on the global stage.

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TODAY officially marks 100 Days to go to the Opening Ceremony of the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. 🇫🇷🌎

Such a prestigious milestone deserves to be marked by celebrated photographer Delly Carr who has spent a lifetime redefining and reimagining Australia’s most successful Olympic sport – swimming.

Having spent six Olympics witnessing some of the greatest moments on pool deck, Delly is part of the fabric of the Australian Dolphins. 💚💛

Today we launch a special tribute countdown series to honour the moments that have brought communities together starting with the Race of the Century: The 200m freestyle in Athens 2004 – when Ian Thorpe held off Netherland’s Pieter van den Hoogenband and a rising star by the name of Michael Phelps.

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TODAY officially marks 100 Days to go to the Opening Ceremony of the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. 🇫🇷🌎 Such a prestigious milestone deserves to be marked by celebrated photographer Delly Carr who has spent a lifetime redefining and reimagining Australia’s most successful Olympic sport – swimming. Having spent six Olympics witnessing some of the greatest moments on pool deck, Delly is part of the fabric of the Australian Dolphins. 💚💛 Today we launch a special tribute countdown series to honour the moments that have brought communities together starting with the Race of the Century: The 200m freestyle in Athens 2004 – when Ian Thorpe held off Netherland’s Pieter van den Hoogenband and a rising star by the name of Michael Phelps. @olympics | @dolphinsaus | @swimmingaustralia 📸 @delly.thephotographer