World Trials: how to watch

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The 2019 Hancock Prospecting World Swimming Trials will kick off on Sunday 9 June at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre. But for those who aren't able to attend in person or who want full access to all the poolside action there are plenty of ways to watch. 

Calling the races will be Kurt Hanson, special comments from Giaan Rooney and poolside interviews with recently retired Australian Dolphin, James Magnussen. All livestream locations will be available 20 minutes before racing is due to start. Thanks to our broadcast partner, Channel 7, there are several ways you can watch through the 7 platform. 

iSwim Livestream


Make sure you download iSwim before all the racing kicks off on Sunday 9 June, the home of livestreaming for the 2019 Hancock Prospecting World Swimming Trials.

Free to download via the Apple or Android app store, the app provides the perfect viewing platform for those unable to attend in person.

On the home screen, the orange livestream button will appear when the stream is live and will showcase the feed straight from the Channel 7 platforms.


Swimming Australia’s Website

You can watch all heats and finals broadcasts via the livestream page on Available in the mega menu under events, or via the 2019 Hancock Prospecting World Swimming Trials event page or Fan Page.




Heats and finals will also be available to view via the 7plus app, website and digital channel.

Digital TV’s with the capability to stream online content will be able to watch via the 7plus app as well.



Social Media
Follow @swimmingaustralia on Instagram for your behind the scenes action, Facebook for your daily wraps and Twitter for live 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.






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