- Chalmers has been linked with fellow Aussie swimmer Emma Mckeown
- Mckeown is dating fellow swimmer Cody Simpson
- Chalmers has moved on with a new leading lady from Norway
Norwegian swimmer Ingeborg Løyning has officially confirmed her romantic involvement with Australian swimming star Kyle Chalmers.
The backstroke star revealed they were a couple to Norwegian news outlet TV 2.
To be closer to Chalmers and jointly prepare for the upcoming Olympics, Løyning has made a life-changing move to Adelaide.
The Aussie freestyle champion was previously in a relationship with Olympic superstar Emma McKeon, who is now dating Aussie swimmer Cody Simpson.
Chalmers faced controversy during the world championships when he reversed his decision to skip Budapest, allegedly denying Simpson a spot on the team.
The story persisted into the Commonwealth Games, where all three swimmers competed for Australia, and Chalmers revealed emotional distress, including tears, leading up to his 100m freestyle race.
However Chalmers is all smiles now, with his relationship with the glamourous Norwegian athlete in the public arena.
Glamourous Norwegian swimmer Ingeborg Løyning has revealed that her and Aussie swimmer Kyle Chalmers are an item
Løyning has relocated to Australia to train, with Chalmers preparing her for the pressures of Australian swimming
Løyning arrived in Australia back in March, dedicating herself to training alongside Chalmers in Adelaide.
Breaking the news, Løyning shared, ‘Yes, we are a couple. We have been there for quite some time, since around December.’ T
This revelation came as a surprise to many, as the couple had chosen not to publicly announce their relationship until now.
Løyning said that one of the driving factors behind her decision to relocate to Australia was to be with Chalmers, stating, ‘That is not the whole reason, but one of the reasons why I went down to train in Australia.’
Chalmers had previously been involved in a love triangle controversey involving Emma Mckeon and Cody Simpson
The love triangle controversy Chalmers great distress at the time, but he has now moved on with his new flame
Their romance unfolded discreetly, with occasional glimpses on social media hinting at their connection.
Løyning clarified, ‘We haven’t exactly been aware of it, but I guess there hasn’t been any need to show off the relationship.’
Despite the challenges that can come with a high-profile relationship, she noted that the swimming community and their fans have respected their privacy.
Acknowledging the Australian swimming scene’s intensity, Løyning said Chalmers had helped prepare her for the pressure-cooker environment.
‘Swimming is big in Australia, and he prepared me that there was going to be a little more pressure than I’m used to. But so far it has been quiet and calm.’ she said.
In addition to her commitment to swimming, Løyning has pursued online studies while in Adelaide, currently focusing on business economics and management.