Kylie Palmer has admitted that she is fully focused on earning qualification for next year's Olympic Games after being handed a warning - rather than a ban - for a doping violation.
In 2013, Palmer tested positive for low levels of a masking agent, but after an investigation by the sport's governing body FINA, the Australian swimmer has avoided a lengthy period on the sidelines.
In a statement, the 25-year-old said: "I sincerely hope that this process is now over. My number one goal is to represent Australia at the Rio Olympics in 2016 and I cannot wait to get back on track to achieving that dream.
"It has been a distressing few months since I was first notified of the positive test back in April 2015. Since that time, I made the decision to accept a provisional suspension and missed the Fina World Championships in Kazan.
"I cannot get back that opportunity to represent my country internationally but I am now looking to the future."
Palmer won gold in the 4x200m relay at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.