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Swimming couple Kyle Chalmers and Madison Wilson ‘split for a second time’

Swimming glamour couple Kyle Chalmers and Madison Wilson ‘split for a second time’ ahead of the Olympics

Australian swimming glamour couple Kyle Chalmers and Madison Wilson have reportedly called it quits on their romance for a second time.

According to The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, the athletes remain friends, as they both prepare to compete in the July Olympics. 

Kyle, 22, and Madison, 26, began dating in 2015 and reunited back in 2017 following their first split. 

Gone their separate ways? According to The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, Australian swimming glamour couple Kyle Chalmers, 22, and Madison Wilson, 26 (both pictured), have split for a second time, ahead of the July Olympics 

The stars are also noticeably absent on one another’s Instagram accounts – with Madison having not posted a photo with Kyle since June 2020.  

Kyle has not posted a photo with Madison to his Instagram page since April 2019.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Kyle and Madison’s management for comment. 

Back in 2018, Madison told The Advertiser that the key to making their romance work is separating their professional and personal lives. 

Amicable: The pair, who began dating in 2015 and reunited back in 2017 after their first split, are believed to have remained friends

Amicable: The pair, who began dating in 2015 and reunited back in 2017 after their first split, are believed to have remained friends 

‘Swimming is a full-time job and you have to be a full-time professional,’ she said.

‘Either way, we were going to make it work, it’s just lucky it worked out this way.’   

Kyle, who made headlines for winning gold in the 100 metre freestyle at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, also praised Madison in an interview in 2018.

Support system: Kyle, who made headlines for winning gold in the 100 metre freestyle at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, also praised Madison in an interview with SwimSwam in 2018: 'Madi has been an amazing support to me over the past couple of years'

Support system: Kyle, who made headlines for winning gold in the 100 metre freestyle at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, also praised Madison in an interview with SwimSwam in 2018: ‘Madi has been an amazing support to me over the past couple of years’ 

‘Madi has been an amazing support to me over the past couple of years and especially this year at the Commonwealth Games,’ he told SwimSwam. 

Referring to her missing out on competing at the Commonwealth Games that year, he continued: ‘It was such a shame she wasn’t able to compete; however it’s motivated her moving forward and I know she’ll be back better than ever in the coming years. 

‘Having her as a training partner and watching how she approaches the sport is very inspiring. Madi is one of the most professional athletes I know.’ 

Challenges: Also in 2018, Madison told The Advertiser that the key to making their romance work is separating their professional and personal lives: 'Swimming is a full-time job and you have to be a full-time professional'

Challenges: Also in 2018, Madison told The Advertiser that the key to making their romance work is separating their professional and personal lives: ‘Swimming is a full-time job and you have to be a full-time professional’ 

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