2019 Aussie Trials: World Rankings Impact, Elite Men Edition

2019 AUSTRALIAN WORLD SWIMMING TRIALS

  • Sunday, June 9th – Friday, June 14th
  • Brisbane Aquatic Centre
  • LCM
  • Live Results

We’re delving into the results a little more in the aftermath of the 2019 Australian World Swimming Trials by looking at the elite gentlemen from the competition who made an impact in the top 10 placements among the season’s world rankings in their respective events.

All told after the 6-day affair in Brisbane, just 6 men inserted themselves onto the list top 10 performers of the season based on performances at the Aussie World Trials.

The grouping was led by St. Peters Western’s Mitch Larkin and SOSC’s Jack McLoughlin, who powered their way to 3 top 10-times each, with Larkin taking over the throne of the rankings in the 200m IM. Larkin’s backstroke performances also now position the 25-year-old as #2 in the world.

For McLoughlin, the man was unstoppable across the mid-distance freestyle races, taking the 400m, 800m and 1500m in style to break into the top 10 in each.

David Morgan made headway in both the 100m and 200m fly events, while Kyle Chalmers‘ impressive 100m and 200m swims now check-in among the top 10 in the world. His 100m free of 47.35 sits #1 in the entire world 5 weeks out from Gwangju.

Based on the fact that the men’s 100m breaststroke saw just one man break the minute barrier in Mathew Wilson’s 59.78, along with the fact that even Chalmers didn’t crack 22 seconds in the men’s 50m free, there is still work to be done on the part of the green and gold to ensure they’re competitive on all fronts.

Here are the current world rankings for each event in which an Aussie made an impact at the Aussie World Trials. You may notice other Australians already on the rankings board and not specifically pointed out, such as Elijah Winnington in the men’s 200m free, but those non-mentioned performances took place outside of the World Trials meet.

2018-2019 LCM MEN 100 FREE

2Vladislav
GRINEV
RUS47.4304/09
3Marcelo
CHIERIGHINI
BRA47.6804/18
4Zach
APPLE
USA47.7907/04
5Caeleb
DRESSEL
USA47.8605/19
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  • Men’s 200 Free – #7 Kyle Chalmers, 1:45.76; #9 Clyde Lewis, 1:45.88

2018-2019 LCM MEN 200 FREE

MartinRUS
MALYUTIN
04/12
1.45.46
2Fernando
SCHEFFER
BRA1.45.5112/21
3Danas
RAPSYS
LTU1.45.5605/31
4Duncan
SCOTT
GBR1.45.6304/21
4Katsuhiro
MATSUMOTO
JPN1.45.6304/04
6Sun
YANG
CHN1.45.7303/26
6Kyle
CHALMERS
AUS1.45.7306/10
8Dominik
KOZMA
HUN1.45.7703/30
9Clyde
LEWIS
AUS1.45.8806/10
10Mikhail
DOVGALYUK
RUS1.46.0804/08
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 400 FREE

SunCHN
YANG
04/28
3.42.75
2Gabriele
DETTI
ITA3.43.3604/02
2Danas
RAPSYS
LTU3.43.3605/12
4Jack
McLOUGHLIN
AUS3.44.3406/09
5Elijah
WINNINGTON
AUS3.44.6804/07
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 800 FREE

2Florian
Wellbrock
GER7:43.0304/15
3Gabriele
DETTI
ITA7.43.8304/04
4Henrik
CHRISTIANSEN
NOR7.45.1104/15
5Gregorio
PALTRINIERI
ITA7.45.3504/04
6David
AUBREY
FRA7.46.3004/20
7Jack
McLOUGHLIN
AUS7.46.7906/11
8Domenico
ACERENZA
ITA7.47.2004/04
9Sun
YANG
CHN7.48.0303/27
10Henrik
CHRISTIANSEN
NOR7.48.1906/11
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 1500 FREE

2Florian
WELLBROCK
GER14.42.9104/13
3Daniel
JERVIS
GBR14.46.5104/18
4Jan
MICKA
CZE14.48.5204/13
5Henrik
CHRISTIANSEN
NOR14.49.6704/13
6Jack
McLOUGHLIN
AUS14.52.8306/13
7David
AUBRY
FRA14.54.4204/16
8Sun
YANG
CHN14.55.0003/31
9Alexander
NORGAARD
DEN14.55.5604/09
10Franko
Grgić
CRO14:56.5503/16
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  • Men’s 100 Fly – #8 David Morgan & Matthew Temple (51.47)

2018-2019 LCM MEN 100 FLY

2Mehdy
METELLA
FRA50.8504/21
3Andrei
MINAKOV
RUS51.1210/09
4Chad
LE CLOS
RSA51.2505/12
5Sebastian
SABO
SRB51.3403/30
6Marius
KUSCH
GER51.3503/09
7James
GUY
GBR51.4204/16
7Andrew
SELISKAR
USA51.4206/22
9Naoki
MIZUNUMA
JPN51.4304/08
10David
MORGAN
AUS51.4706/14
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 200 FLY

KristofHUN
MILAK
03/27
1.53.19
2Tamas
KENDERESI
HUN1.53.4203/27
3Gianluca
URLANDO
USA1:53.8406/14
4Daiya
SETO
JPN1.54.4404/05
5Federico
BURDISSO
ITA1.54.6404/02
6David
MORGAN
AUS1.55.2606/11
7Masato
SAKAI
JPN1.55.4005/11
8Chas
LE CLOS
RSA1.55.4806/22
9Alexander
KUDASHEV
RUS1.55.6307/04
10Laszlo
CSEH
HUN1.55.8103/27
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 100 BACK

JiayuCHN
XU
03/26
52.27
2Mitchell
LARKIN
AUS52.3806/10
3Evgeny
RYLOV
RUS52.8105/11
4Ryan
MURPHY
USA52.9905/31
5Kliment
KOLESNIKOV
RUS53.0304/09
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 200 BACK

EvgenyRUS
RYLOV
04/11
1.54.00
2Mitchell
LARKIN
AUS1.55.0306/13
3Jiayu
XU
CHN1.55.2404/27
4Austin
KATZ
USA1.55.5707/08
5Ryosuke
IRIE
JPN1.55.7904/07
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2018-2019 LCM MEN 200 IM

MitchellAUS
LARKIN
06/12
1.55.72
2Duncan
Scott
GBR1.56.6504/20
3Shun
WANG
CHN1.56.6603/28
4Daiya
SETO
JPN1.56.6904/06
5Jeremy
DESPLANCHES
SUI1.56.8904/19
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Swimmerj

USA’s only top 10 200 fly won’t be swimming at worlds😩

N80

Neither will Cody Miller or Annie Lazor. The qualification process needs to change

PK Doesn't Like His Long Name

In order to send the best possible athletes to worlds and to make sure that there is as little lag as possible between qualification and participation, I think we should move 2023 USA Nationals to Doha. Swim prelims for that days events at 1 AM, finals at 5 AM, and then we can make sure we have the best people ready for their events at 10 AM.

Horninco

He was a year late

spectatorn

only 3 US swimmers in all the charts in this article – Dressel in 100 Free (4) and 100 Fly (6), Murphy in 100 Back (4) and Urlando in 200 Fly (3). It seems more an indication that US swimmers are just not that fast in season in too many events. If there is a WC trial this year, there is no guarantee the results of who is going will be different or simply mirror ranking time anyway. Those who qualified for WC last year are supposed to be training hard to peak for WC at end of July. There is no need for them to “show” their speed. the what-ifs are always going to be there no matter when… Read more »

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON

The men’s 200 free is tight. #1 at 1:45.4 and #9 at 1:45.8. No idea who will win that at worlds. Best bet would be Sun but who knows.

Togger

I was just thinking the same. And that’s without the US having a taper meet yet, Townley and Seli pretty certain to be right in the mix too.

There’ll be one or two who we thought could be medal contenders shut out of the final and the winner could come from any lane.

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON

I am still waiting for someone, anyone to break through and swim a 1:43 high. Seven years since Yannick’s 1:43.1….

WHKirch

I really think Agnel’s swim has to be considered one of the most amazing performances of all time. I legitimately can see that swim reaching a Mary T. Meagher 200 fly status.

Togger

That was some special swim though. Thorpe, the real 400 world record holder now for 17 years who also medalled in the Olympic 100 free, never broke 1.44. Going 1.43 anything is incredible, that 1.43 low was just other worldly.

13 % Chinese person

It broke him . It is worth noting that something is especially taxing about this event as all winners except Pieter Dutchname have had serious troubles post win .

Joel

Interesting the lack of USA swimmers on these lists . 200 free ? I know you haven’t had trials , and are not having them this year . But still, some of these other times are not from trials .

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