C’Wealth Day 3: Seebohm, Campbell Sisters Spearhead Pan Pac Qualifers

2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES

As exciting as the 2018 Commonwealth Games are in their own right, the competition serves as a selection meet for Swimming Australia’s Pan Pacific Championships squad. Per the qualification criteria,the first, second and third placed eligible athletes in the final of an individual Olympic event at the Commonwealth Games will be selected to the Pan Pacific team, subject to the time that they swim in the final equalling or beating the QTs listed in the specific appendix. Athletes meeting this criteria will be considered a ‘Priority 1 athlete.’

You can view the table of qualification times below. The 2018 Pan Pacific Championships are slated for August 23rd – August 28th in Tokyo, Japan.

As such, throughout the Commonwealth Games we’ll be keeping a Pan Pacific Championships Australian team tracker, just to keep a running list of those highest placed Aussies having clocked QTs this week. Here’s how the squad shapes up thus far, knowing swimmers may opt out of swimming the event and/or additional swimmers may be added at coaches’ discretion.

Day 3 Qualifiers:

Men’s 200m fly – None

Women’s 50m free – Cate Campbell (24.59), Bronte Campbell (24.26), Shayna Jack (24.57)

Men’s 100m breast – None

Women’s 100m back – Emily Seebohm (58.66)

Women’s 200m breast – None

Day 2 Qualifiers:

Men’s 200m free – Kyle Chalmers (1:45.56), Mack Horton (1:45.89)

Men’s 400m IM – Clyde Lewis (4:13.12)

Women’s 100m fly – Emma McKeon (56.78), Maddie Groves (57.19), Brianna Throssell (57.30)

Men’s 100m back – Mitch Larkin (53.18)

Day 1 Qualifiers:

Women’s 400m IM – None

Men’s 400m freestyle – Mack Horton (3:43.76), Jack McLoughlin (3:45.21)

Women’s 200m freestyle – Ariarne Titmus (1:54.85), Emma McKeon (1:56.26)

Men’s 200m breaststroke – Matt Wilson (2:08.64)

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Loretta Race

After 16 years at a Fortune 1000 financial company, long-time swimmer Retta Race decided to change lanes and pursue her sporting passion. She currently is Coach for the Northern KY Swordfish Masters, a team she started up in December 2013, while also offering private coaching. Retta is also an MBA …

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