In early 2020, SASI athlete Izzy Vincent had her eyes firmly set on qualifying for the Paris 2024 Paralympics, but thanks to the delay of the Tokyo Games she is now a two-time Paralympic medallist before her 16th birthday!
In their second Games following Rio 2016, SASI athletes Kyle Chalmers and Madison Wilson had a brilliant run in Tokyo, coming home with five medals between them of the 20 medals the Dolphins won in the pool.
A sporting experience of a lifetime was shared by SASI athlete Emily White and her Australian teammates at the recent junior world swimming championships in Budapest, Hungary
The countdown is well and truly on for SASI athlete Emily White and her Australian teammates preparing for the junior world swimming championships in Budapest, Hungary between August 20 and 25
Olympic champions Kyle Chalmers and Madi Wilson have joined the Australian Dolphins Swimming Team for an intense training week in Cairns in the lead up to the FINA World Swimming Championship in Gwangju, South Korea, from July 21
Trialed by SASI, Swimming Australia and AIS, an upgraded software app will be made available to Australian high performance programs and coaches soon. The ultimate aim is to help athletes win medals at the world swimming championships in July in South Korea and 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Sports fans are used to seeing champion swimmer Kyle Chalmers either winning gold medals or smashing records, as he did at the recent world swimming trials in Brisbane. South Korea will get that privilege when Chalmers competes in the Australian Dolphins swimming team at the FINA World Championships in Gwangju
Dominant results at the recent Australian Age Swimming Championship in Adelaide have seen SASI star Emily White selected on the Australian team to compete at the junior world championships in Budapest, Hungary between August 20 and 25
Olympic champion and SASI star Kyle Chalmers dominated the recent Australian Swimming Championships with four gold medals, while up-and-comer Brittany Castelluzzo starred with a silver medal in the women's 200m butterfly at the SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre
SASI's star-studded athletes are ready to shine at next week's Australian Swimming Championships at the SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre