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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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Day 1 of the World @paraswimming Series in Melbourne was buzzing with action! 👀
 
Get ready for an exciting lineup of finals tonight featuring some of our very own Dolphins. 🐬 Immerse yourself in the excitement LIVE at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre, or catch every moment on Kayo freebies or @swim_vic Youtube, starting from 6pm (AEDT).
 
There are a heap of Aussies racing tonight, with our top two fastest qualifiers below: 👇

Men’s 100m backstroke (S1-S14) – Ben Hance & Tim Hodge
Women’s 100m backstroke (S1-S14) – Jasmine Greenwood & Hannah Price
Men's 100m butterfly (S5-S14) – Tim Hodge & Col Pearse
Women's 100m butterfly (S5-S14) – Taylor Corry & Ruby Storm
Men’s 50m breaststroke (SB1-SB14) – Jake Michel & Ahmed Kelly
Women’s 50m breaststroke (SB1-SB14) – Ashley Van Rijswijk & Keira Stephens
Men’s 400m freestyle (S6-S14) – Tim Hodge & Brenden Hall
Women’s 400m freestyle (S6-S14) – Lucky Patterson & Poppy Wilson
 
Find more details here via 🔗 in bio!

📸: @Chronis71

Day 1 of the World @paraswimming Series in Melbourne was buzzing with action! 👀 Get ready for an exciting lineup of finals tonight featuring some of our very own Dolphins. 🐬 Immerse yourself in the excitement LIVE at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre, or catch every moment on Kayo freebies or @swim_vic Youtube, starting from 6pm (AEDT). There are a heap of Aussies racing tonight, with our top two fastest qualifiers below: 👇 Men’s 100m backstroke (S1-S14) – Ben Hance & Tim Hodge Women’s 100m backstroke (S1-S14) – Jasmine Greenwood & Hannah Price Men's 100m butterfly (S5-S14) – Tim Hodge & Col Pearse Women's 100m butterfly (S5-S14) – Taylor Corry & Ruby Storm Men’s 50m breaststroke (SB1-SB14) – Jake Michel & Ahmed Kelly Women’s 50m breaststroke (SB1-SB14) – Ashley Van Rijswijk & Keira Stephens Men’s 400m freestyle (S6-S14) – Tim Hodge & Brenden Hall Women’s 400m freestyle (S6-S14) – Lucky Patterson & Poppy Wilson Find more details here via 🔗 in bio! 📸: @Chronis71