Aussie 2017 World C’ships Team Tracker: Day 5 Qualifiers

2017 AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2017 Australian Swimming Championships have concluded, with the Budapest qualifiers truly a mixed bag containing both seasoned veterans, as well as rising stars. Below we’ve listed out the selection criteria as laid out by Swimming Australia, Ltd, but note that there is still flexibility via coaching discretion.

The Aussie brain trust may decide to qualify someone who didn’t necessarily meet the Aussie-mandated standard if they feel the swimmer can still perform at the World Championships.  As such, we won’t know the final roster until released by Swimming Australia.

Per Swimming Australia’s selection criteria, a maximum team size of 52 athletes (26 male, 26 female) will be selected for Budapest. First and second place finishers in the ‘A’ final of individual Olympic events in Brisbane qualify for a spot on the roster, provided they swim a time that equals or betters the Swimming Australia qualifying mark listed below:

Here are the Australian swimmers who have notched a qualifying time Day 5, followed by those who earned qualifying marks on days 1-4:

Day 5 Qualifiers:

Women’s 200 butterfly:

  • Emma McKeon, 2:07.37

Women’s 400 freestyle:

  • Ariarne Titmus, 4:04.82

Women’s 50 freestyle:

Men’s 1500 freestyle:

  • Mack Horton – 14:51.21
  • Jack McLoughlin – 14:54.95

Day 4 Qualifiers:

Women’s 200 backstroke:

  • Emily Seebohm, 2:07.03
  • Kayleen McKeown, 2:08.98

Men’s 200 butterfly:

  • David Morgan, 1:55.70

Men’s 100 freestyle:

  • Cameron McEvoy – 47.91
  • Kyle Chalmers – 48.20
  • Jack Cartwright – 48.43 (*relay slot)

Day 3 Qualifiers:

Women’s 200m frestyle:

  • Emma McKeon, 1:55.68

Day 2 Qualifiers:

Women’s 100m butterfly:

  • Emma McKeon – 57.27

Men’s 200m breaststroke:

  • Matthew Wilson – 2:09.29

Women’s 100m backstroke:

  • Emily Seebohm – 58.62 *All Comers Record
  • Holly Barratt – 59.66

Day 1 Qualifiers:

Men’s 50m freestyle:

  • Cameron McEvoy – 21.55
  • James Roberts – 21.91

Women’s 800m freestyle:

  • Ariarne Titmus – 8:23.08
  • Jessica Ashwood – 8:25.16

Women’s 100m freestyle:

  • Bronte Campbell – 52.85
  • Emma McKeon – 53.12
  • Cate Campbell – 53.30* (*not competing at Worlds)
  • Shayna Jack – 53.40

Men’s 200m backstroke:

  • Mitch Larkin – 1:56.66
  • Josh Beaver – 1:56.95

Men’s 400m freestyle:

  • Mack Horton – 3:44.18
  • David McKeon – 3:46.90
  • Jack McLoughlin – 3:46.96 (QT, but only top 2 are selected)

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Team named Women: Holly Barratt (WA), Bronte Campbell, Brittany Elmslie, Jessica Hansen, Shayna Jack, Emma McKeon, Kaylee McKeown, Taylor McKeown, Leah Neale, Kotuku Ngawati, Emily Seebohm, Brianna Throssell, Ariarne Titmus, Madi Wilson Men: Joshua Beaver, Jack Cartwright, Daniel Cave, Alexander Graham, Mack Horton, Zac Incerti, Grant Irvine, Mitchell Larkin, Clyde Lewis, Cameron McEvoy, Jack McLaughlin, David McKeon, David Morgan, James Roberts, Louis Townsend, Matthew Wilson They’ve certainly erred on the side of caution as regards ‘cover’ for all relays but, in fairness, just about all the ‘discretionary calls” that will see people swimming events where they didnt make QT have gone to the younger swimmers who may/may not take advantage of the opportunity that has been extended to them. From… Read more »

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