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Here’s everything you need to know about Australia’s 2024 Olympic Swimmers

The Dolphins are set to dominate once more…

Swimming has been a core Olympic sport since the first modern games in 1896, and is a showcase of speed, endurance, and technique.

With events ranging from sprints to long-distance races, as well as individual medleys and relays, swimming remains a highlight of the games today.

As the Paris 2024 Olympics progress, the Australian swimming team, traditionally a powerhouse in the sport, is once again in the spotlight… Here’s what you need to know.

Who is on the Australian swimming team for the 2024 Olympics?

This is the full Australian swimming team (nicknamed the Dolphins) for this year’s games:

members of the Australian swimming 2024 Olympics team
  • Abbey Connor
  • Alexandria Perkins
  • Ariarne Titmus
  • Ben Armbruster
  • Bradley Woodward
  • Brendon Smith
  • Brianna Throssell
  • Bronte Campbell
  • Cameron McEvoy
  • Elijah Winnington
  • Elizabeth Dekkers
  • Ella Ramsay
  • Emma McKeon
  • Flynn Southam
  • Iona Anderson
  • Isaac Cooper
  • Jack Cartwright
  • Jaclyn Barclay
  • Jamie Perkins
  • Jenna Forrester
  • Jenna Strauch
  • Joshua Yong
  • Kai Taylor
  • Kaylee McKeown
  • Kyle Chalmers
  • Lani Pallister
  • Matthew Temple
  • Maximillian Giuliani
  • Meg Harris
  • Mollie O’Callaghan
  • Olivia Wunsch
  • Sam Short
  • Sam Williamson
  • Se-Bom Lee
  • Shayna Jack
  • Thomas Neill
  • William Petric
  • William Yang
  • Zac Incerti
  • Zac Stubblety-Cook
  • Moesha Johnson (swimming and marathon swimming)
  • Chelsea Gubecka (marathon swimming)
  • Kyle Lee (marathon swimming)
  • Nicholas Sloman (marathon swimming)

How is Australia doing at the Paris 2024 Olympics in swimming?

Watch this space for this year’s results.

What are the Olympic swimming events?

The swimming events for this year’s Olympics are as follows:

  • Freestyle: 50m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m
  • Backstroke: 100m and 200m
  • Breaststroke: 100m and 200m
  • Butterfly: 100m and 200m
  • Medley: 200m and 400m
  • Freestyle relay: 4 x 100m, 4 x 200m
  • Medley relay: 4 x 100m (men, women, mixed)
  • Open water marathon: 10km
members of the Australian swimming 2024 Olympics team

How many Olympic medals has Australia won in swimming?

Australia is highly decorated when it comes to the Olympics and swimming; in fact, we’re the second-most successful nation at the Olympics in the sport of swimming after the United States.

We have won 61 Gold medals, 70 Silver and 72 Bronze.

Emma McKeon, set to compete at this year’s Olympics, is the most decorated Australian Olympian. She’s won five Gold, two Silver and four Bronze, equalling a total of 11!

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