Australia Held International Swimming Championship

Australia hosted the first international swimming championship in 1846 to include a 402-meter race.

Date:
      1846
Occupation:
      Swimming
Location:
      Australia

Additional Information:

  • Australian Swimming Championships – Wikipedia
    The Australian Swimming Championships is the national Swimming championships for Australia. It is organized by Swimming Australia, and is held annually in both long … The meet usually also double as a selection event for international competitions such as the: Olympics, World Championships, Commonwealth Games …
  • Swimming Australia – Wikipedia
    History. Competitive national swimming championships were first held in 1894. Australia had swimmers at most major international swimming events since the 1896 Summer Olympics. … On 1 October 2004, Australian Swimming became a company limited by guarantee and changed its name to Swimming Australia Ltd.
  • Swimming Australia – Wikipedia
    Jump to History – History. Competitive national swimming championships were first held in 1894. Australia had swimmers at most major international swimming events since the 1896 Summer Olympics. … On 1 October 2004, Australian Swimming became a company limited by guarantee and changed its name to Swimming Australia Ltd.
  • Australian Swim Team – Wikipedia
    The Australian Swim Team known as The Dolphins, has performed successfully at major international championships. The Australian Swim Team was first referred to as The Dolphins in 1989. Australian Swim Team’s historical rival is the United States Swimming Team.

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