Day 2 Of Aussie Trials Sees McKeown, Melverton Each Earn 2nd Event QT

2019 WORLD SWIMMING TRIALS

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

There have been a few surprises in terms of who has yet to qualify for the World Championships among the elite Australian swimmers. The usual suspects of Kyle Chalmers and Mitch Larkin did their part to get on the roster, while Olympians Mack Horton and Emily Seebohm are still awaiting their first individual QTs.

Australian World Championships Individual Qualifiers Through Day 2:

Women:

Men:

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thezwimmer
1 year ago

I know Pallister hit the AQT, but shouldn’t the fact that she placed third not make her a “qualifier” yet? (that could change if 1 or 2 differ)

Loretta Race
Reply to  thezwimmer
1 year ago

This is meant to show swimmers who hit the QT outright. That’s why I put the 3rd place indicator next to the appropriate names.

Miss M
Reply to  Loretta Race
1 year ago

But the qualifying standard states: finish in f first 2 and meet the time criteria. Pallister cannot be selected to the team on the basis of her swim, and Graham hasn’t qualified for an individual event, although will definitely go as a relay swimmer.

Verram
Reply to  Retta Race
1 year ago

Good idea since the selection criteria is quite specific when it says finish 1-2 and achieve the qualifying time and not the other way around

Samboys
Reply to  Loretta Race
1 year ago

Kareena Lee and Moesha Johnson hit the 1500 qualifying time too.

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Retta 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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