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How to watch the Australian Swimming Trials: TV channel, free-to-air and live stream options | Sporting News Australia

The all important 2024 Australian Swimming Trials are almost here, with the country’s best and brightest swimmers set to fight for a precious spot on the 2024 Paris Olympics Swimming team.

Taking place in Brisbane, some of the stars of the pool like Kaylee Mckeown, Kyle Chalmers and Zac Stubblety-Cook – who shone at the Australian Swimming Championships back in April – will look to stamp their authority once again, and a host of other swimmers will look to make it alongside them in both the men’s and women’s brackets.

With the games beginning in July, it’s the last chance for Australian fans to see the top talent on home soil before they jet off to France.

The Sporting News has all the details on how fans can keep up with all of the coverage from the action in Brisbane.

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When is the 2024 Australian Swimming Trials?

The all-important trials take place over six days between 10th June-15th June at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre.

There will be two sessions on each day, with one beginning at 11 a.m. AEST, and the second session beginning later in the evening at 7:30 p.m. AEST.

How to watch 2024 Australian Swimming Trials on TV

Every minute of the Australian Swimming Trials will be broadcast live on the Nine Network around the country.

In Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, the action will be available live and free on the main channel on Channel Nine.

In Perth, viewers will be able to tune into 9GEM to keep up with every minute of the trials.

All of these channels are available on free-to-air television, meaning fans won’t have to pay a cent to watch the races.

2024 Australian Swimming Trials live streaming options

Every day of the 2024 Australian Streaming Trials will also be available to be streamed on Channel Nine’s streaming service 9Now.

Users simply have to create an account for free using their email account, and they will have access to all the action starting on 10th June.