Olympic gold medallist Ariarne Titmus reveals she is taking a break from swimming - and refuses to deny herself wine, snacks or check her weight during her time off
Ariarne Titmus is taking a well-deserved break from swimming training. Speaking to Stellar on Friday, the 21-year-old says she is delighting in staying up late and enjoying snacks and wine. 'This is the first time in my life I've focused on things other than swimming, and I'm really enjoying it,' she told the magazine.
Olympic gold medallist Ariarne Titmus, 21, says she's so 'honoured' as she receives the key to the City of Launceston after her Tokyo success
Swimming's new golden girl Ariarne Titmus had an incredible run at the Tokyo Olympics last month. And this week, the 21-year-old celebrated getting the key to the City of Launceston, her hometown in Tasmania where she grew up. Ariarne received the key on Friday in an official ceremony and was surrounded by family and friends, including her swimmer boyfriend Kyle Niesler.
He's cheered his daughter Ariarne on as she won Olympic gold at the Tokyo Olympics. Now Steve Titmus will be in the spotlight after it was announced he would be co-anchoring Seven's Gold Coast news. The 58-year-old will present the afternoon news with Amanda Abate on weekdays after the departure of veteran broadcaster Rod Young, according to 7News.
Olympic gold medallist Ariarne Titmus defends coach Dean Boxall against 'disrespectful' comments after THAT reaction to her win - as she poses for stunning shoot in Stellar Magazine
Olympian Ariarne Titmus shot to fame after her stunning performances in the pool at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. But the 20-year-old says the moment was marred by negative comments about her coach, Dean Boxall. The enthusiastic Boxall was slammed as displaying 'toxic masculinity' by some after his over the top reaction to her incredible gold medal victory.
Ariarne Titmus like you've never seen her before: Olympic gold medalist, 20, stuns on the cover of Stellar Magazine in a glamorous gown as she celebrates her Tokyo glory
She's the new golden girl of swimming in Australia after a remarkable run at the Tokyo Olympics. And to celebrate, Ariarne Titmus fronts Stellar magazine's milestone fifth anniversary issue, stunning in a gold shimmery frock. For the cover, the 20-year-old poses on a beach in a long sleeve embellished gown by designer Yousef Akbar.
Ariarne Titmus is the golden girl of the moment. The Olympic gold medallist was the star of the show when she attended Brisbane Fashion week on Monday. The swimmer, 20, was flanked by her mother, Robyn Titmus, and mining magnate Gina Rinehart, 67.
Olympic gold medallist Ariarne Titmus shows off her incredible figure in a skimpy G-string bikini as she enjoys a PDA-filled lovefest with boyfriend Kyle Niesler at Noosa Beach
Olympian Ariarne Titmus was making the most of the good weather on Saturday. The gold medal winner soaked up the sun on Noosa beach with her boyfriend, fellow swimmer Kyle Niesler, by her side. The 20-year-old showed off her impressive athletic figure in a skimpy animal print bikini.
Time to pamper herself! Ariarne Titmus visits a salon after winning four medals in Tokyo as she settles back into life in Brisbane with boyfriend Jacob Hansford
She's the Australian swimmer who took home four medals at the Tokyo Olympics. And now that she's returned home to Brisbane, Ariarne Titmus is carving some time out to get pampered. Last week, the 20-year-old stepped out to visit a local beauty salon in a bid to get her eyebrows waxed.
Ariarne Titmus' coach hits back at ridiculous backlash from sore loser Americans who accused him of 'toxic masculinity' over THAT gold medal celebration
Dean Boxall spoke to Ben Fordham about THAT viral celebration at the Olympics He said he was aware Americans didn't like it but was dismissive of criticism 'What am I supposed to do? Sit down and have a cup of tea?' Boxall said He said Aussies told him he was 'calm' comparatively to them watching at home
Olympic swimming champion Ariane Titmus, 20, answers the questions everyone wants to ask - from her favourite $40 goggles to her BIGGEST challenge in the pool
Olympic swimmer Ariarne Titmus answered everything her fans want to know The 20-year-old won gold medals in the 400m and 200m freestyle events Ariarne said her favoruite goggles to race and train in is the Speedo Opal pair She said she is 'most proud' of winning the 400m and loves cooking as a hobby
How a perfect storm of Covid, Gina's billions and a delayed Games propelled Australia to our equal best games result EVER
And Australia's Golden Girl of the Tokyo Olympics is… Gina Rinehart. Yeah, yeah, I know. Ariarne Titmus, Emma McKeon and Kaylee McKeown did pretty well too, but they couldn't have done it without Gina's help. Australia's richest woman, with $30 billion in the kick, was one of the major reasons these Games have been the best for Australia since, well, ever.
What Japanese people REALLY think of Aussies: Today show reporter asks Tokyo residents to describe Australians after swim coach Dean Boxall's wild Olympics celebration
Australian swim coach Dean Boxall went viral last week when a mild-mannered Tokyo Games attendant was unable to rein in his wild celebrations. And after this amusing culture clash was broadcast to millions of people around the world, a Today show reporter asked everyday Tokyo residents to describe Australia and its people - with some amusing and heartfelt results.
Tokyo [Japan], August 1 (ANI): United States' swimming great Katie Ledecky won her record sixth individual gold and 10th Olympic medal of her career after topping the podium in the women's 800m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. Katie Ledecky still remains undefeated in every 800-meter freestyle race she's competed in for 11 years.
Inside the common room that Australia's incredible swimming team used in Tokyo to inspire each other before a race - with photos of their most memorable moments
Swimming freestyle queen Emma McKeon has revealed a key secret behind Australia's amazing feats in the pool at the Tokyo Olympics - a common room adorned with current squad achievements. Taking to Instagram, McKeon, 27, who already has two gold and three bronze medals in a Games she will never forget, provided an insight into how the all-conquering Aussies inspire one another before leaping off the blocks.
American swimmer now aiming for Paris 2024 Team USA swimming star Katie Ledecky has won her third consecutive 800m freestyle Olympic gold. The 24-year-old American now has six career individual gold medals, the most for any female swimmer in Olympic history, as well as three silver medals.
Tokyo 2020 - Katie Ledecky cruises to victory over Ariarne Titmus for third Olympic gold in 800 metres
Katie Ledecky secured her second gold of Tokyo 2020 with victory in the 800m freestyle, the American’s signature event. Having suffered a shock loss to Ariarne Titmus in the 400m, Ledecky powered to victory in the 1500m and backed that win up in style on Saturday.
America's greatest ever female swimmer led from start to finish on Saturday Ledecky claimed her seventh gold medal in the Olympics with the win Titmus claimed fourth medal of Games with two gold, one silver and one bronze . . Titmus had won the two previous individual races against the 24-year-old from the USA, with Ledecky having the last laugh in the fourth and final meeting between the two headline swimmers.
Titmus vs Ledecky 4.0, Ash Barty plays Novak Djokovic in the doubles and the fastest men and women in the world hit the track
Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky battle for fourth and final time at Olympics The rival swimmers will fight for gold in the women's 800m freestyle Saturday Kaylee McKeown looks for her second gold medal in women's 200m backstroke Hockeyroos and Boomers are both in action as they move towards knockouts
TRIATHLON · After silvers in both the men's and women's events, Team GB will be fancied to get on the podium again in the mixed relay (11.30pm-1am) SWIMMING · Touted as Michael Phelps's successor, Caeleb Dressel already has two gold medals from these Games and he will be going for a third in the men's 50m butterfly final (2.30am)