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Episode 11 – Emily Seebohm’s Personal Struggle

Champion Swimmer Emily Seebohm opens up to Sam Squiers, revealing the debilitating illness that derailed her Rio campaign and why she kept it a secret for so long.

“Our Cate” Campbell – I’m Not A Nice Person!

Cate Campbell talks to Sportette about sexism, swimming & the family turmoil that rocked her last Olympics – oh and don’t think she’s a ‘nice’ girl.

Bronte Campbell – the Poet Uncaged

Underneath the goggles and cap lies a side of Bronte Campbell few people know about – the poet. Here she shares the poem she wrote to inspire the Australian Swim Team.

Is This Australia’s Toughest Swimmer? She’s No Darling of the Pool

You may not have heard of Chloe McCardle but the marathon swimmer will go down in sport’s history books. She may be low key but she’s tough as they come.

Kylie Palmer Opens Up About her Ban from Swimming

Kylie Palmer opens up about her controversial ban from World Swimming, her fight to clear her name and battle to rediscover her love for the sport.

Dear Me, There’s something I have to tell you

Paralympian, author & founder of “Join the Revolution” campaign Jessica Salamati (nee Smith) is on a mission to empower young women. In a moving and gripping letter she sends a powerful message to her younger self.

Swimming’s Daredevil Pioneer

She challenged men to races, would dive from heights in a burning bag, was a daredevil, an adrenalin junkie and the year was 1906. Meet Australian swimming pioneer Beatrice Kerr.

Emma McKeon

 
 

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