Get Ready To Race

Ready to Race

Australia’s top swimmers will dive in this weekend as the 2019 Hancock Prospecting World Swimming Trials kick off at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre. Get ready to race with all the event info you need to know before 9 June.



Thanks to our broadcast partner Channel 7, there are several ways you can watch through the 7 platform.  

You can stream all racing live via the iSwim app, Swimming Australia’s website or through 7plus platforms.  

Calling the races will be Kurt Hanson, special comments from Giaan Rooney and poolside interviews with recently retired Australian Dolphin, James Magnussen.

The livestream will be available 20 minutes before racing starts.


Heats Programs

Your comprehensive guide to heats can be found here.

The start list can be used to find your favourite swimmers and see which race and heat they’ll be diving in for.


Event Program

Your go to guide for races, with qualifying times attatched. 

To learn more about how these times are set and how the team is selected check out our Q&A with Australian Dolphins Head Coach Jacco Verhaeren. 






Live Results

Catch all the live results from the 2019 Hancock Prospecting World Swimming Trials here.

Dates: 9 - 14 June 2019

Time: Heats 10:00am; Finals 6:00pm



Don’t forget tickets are FREE!

Click here to register which session you’ll be attending.

*Limited tickets left for Sunday 9 and Friday 14*



Social Media

We’ll be giving you a behind the scenes view, as we catch up with the athletes, coaches and swimming legends during the event.

We'll also provide a race recap each night so you don't miss any of the results.

Come Friday 14 make sure to tune into @DolphinsAus for the World Championship team announcement, at approximately 7:30 AEST. 

For those fans of Tuesday Trivia, recently launched on @DolphinsAus Instagram, we’ll be playing trivia each night before finals. So, brush up on those swimming facts as we test you on all things World Champs, Olympics, Paralympics and more!

Use the hashtag #ReadyToRace for a chance to be featured on the channels as you follow all the World Trials action.

@SwimmingAus – Twitter

@SwimmingAustralia – Facebook, Instagram

@DolphinsAus – Twitter, Facebook, Instagram


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