Congratulations to Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic swimmers!

Our fantastic Dolphins swimming team is chosen for the upcoming Paris 2024 Paralympic and Olympic Games.

Warmest congratulations to each athlete selected to represent Australia from all the team at Hancock Prospecting across Australia.

The swimmer’s patron, Mrs Gina Rinehart AO, and Executive Chairman of Hancock Prospecting has been a long-term supporter of Australian swimming, providing direct support to Australia’s best Olympic and Paralympic athletes since 2012, and grass roots support via Swimming WA for over 30 years, and Queensland swim, for more than a decade.

She was very delighted to be with the 74 swimmers at the Australian Swimming Trials, seeing the swimmers elation of being announced as a member of the Paralympic and Olympic Teams on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 June consecutively. These swimmers join the exclusive ranks of the Olympians before them, heights only 0.000001 percent of Australians achieve. The swimmers train very hard as they strive for excellence to represent our country internationally.

Hancock Prospecting is proud to have been supporting each and every one of these swimmers through funds to assist with their living expenses so they can focus on full time training. Some of the swimmers have additionally been or are bond scholars, scholarships provided by Hancock prospecting, helping to give them opportunities for their future

Hancock Prospecting (along with its subsidiaries Roy Hill, Atlas Iron, Hancock Agriculture and S Kidman & Co ) are official Team Partners of the Australian Olympic Committee.

Photo matt ward. 2024 Olympic Swimming Team photo with Olympic Games Chef de Mission Anna Meares and Australian Olympic Committee President Ian Chesterman and the swimmers patron, Gina Rinehart AO. and Paralympic photo of the para team with Paralympic Games Chef de Mission Katie McLoughlin and Australian Paralympic Committee President Alison Creagh and the swimmers patron, Gina Rinehart AO.

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