Full Race Videos from the 2015 Australian SC Swimming Championships

2015 HANCOCK PROSPECTING AUSTRALIAN SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Below, we’ve posted the full unedited, uncut videos of the 2015 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships, along with all of the event winners from each day.

Note: the meet was technically four days long, as the non-Olympic distance events were held on “day 0,” but Swimming Australia is referring to the main days as days 1, 2, and 3.

Day 1:

  • Women 800 free – Jessica Ashwood – 8:13.63
  • Men Multi-Class 50 free – Mitchell Kilduff – 24.49
  • Women Multi-Class 50 free – Tiffany Thomas-Kane – 35.43
  • Women 50 fly – Emma McKeon – 25.35
  • Men 200 fly – Christopher Wright – 1:52.58
  • Women 100 breast  – Georgia Bohl – 1:04.65
  • Men 50 free – Christian Sprenger – 26.87
  • Women 100 free – Cate Campbell – 51.38
  • Men 100 free – Cameron McEvoy – 46.31
  • Women 400 IM – Ellen Fullerton – 4:28.72 (All-Comers Record)
  • Women 200 back – Emily Seebohm – 1:59.49 (Australian & All-Comers Records)
  • Men 50 back – Mitch Larkin (All-Comers Record)
  • Men 400 free – Thomas Fraser-Holmes – 3:37.63
  • Men 100 free Multi-Class – Joshua Alford – 53.76
  • Women 100 free Multi-Class – Ellie Cole – 1:02.02
  • Men 400 free relay – St. Peter’s Western – 3:14.01
  • Women 400 free relay – St. Peter’s Western – 3:38.83

Day 2

  • Men 100 fly Multi-Class – Mitchell Kilduff – 59.28
  • Women 100 fly Multi-Class – Taylor Corry – 1:09.10
  • Men 100 back Multi-Class – Sean Russo – 59.24
  • Women 100 back Multi-Class – Ellie Cole – 1:08.26
  • Women 400 free – Jessica Ashwood – 3:59.23 (All Comers’ Record)
  • Women 100 IM – Alicia Coutts – 58.95
  • Men 50 fly – David Morgan – 22.83
  • Women 100 fly – Madeline Groves – 55.93
  • Men 200 back – Mitch Larkin – 1:45.63 (World, Australian, & All Comers’ Record)
  • Women 100 back – Emily Seebohm – 55.46 (All Comers’ Record)
  • Men 100 breast – Jake Packard – 58.41
  • Women 200 breast – Sally Hunter – 2:19.23
  • Men 200 free – Cameron McEvoy – 1:40.80 (Australian & All Comers’ Record)
  • Women 50 free – Cate Campbell – 23.64 (All Comers’ Record)
  • Men 200 IM – Justin James – 1:55.12
  • Men 50 breast Multi-Class – Richard Eliason – 31.03
  • Women 50 breast Multi-Class – Tiffany Thomas-Kane – 44.70
  • Men 800 free relay – Southport Olympic – 7:04.88
  • Women 800 free relay – St. Peter’s Western – 7:56.25

Day 3

  • Men 100 IM – Kenneth To – 52.38
  • Women 200 fly – Madeline Groves – 2:03.08
  • Men 100 fly – David Morgan – 50.14
  • Women 50 breast – Georgia Bohl – 30.03
  • Men 200 breast – Matthew Wilson – 2:06.50
  • Women 200 free – Emma McKeon – 1:51.66 (Commonwealth and All Comers’ Records)
  • Men 50 free – Cameron McEvoy – 20.75 (All Comers’ Record)
  • Women 200 IM – Ellen Fullerton – 2:07.26
  • Men 400 IM – Thomas Fraser-Holmes – 3:57.91 (Commonwealth & All Comers’ Records)
  • Women 50 back – Emily Seebohm – 26.30 (All Comers’ Record)
  • Men 100 back – Mitch Larkin – 49.04 (Commonwealth & All Comers’ Records)
  • Men 1500 free – Jack McLoughlin – 14:54.12
  • Men 100 breast Multi-Class – Ahmed Kelly – 1:49.94
  • Women 100 breast Multi-Class – Tiffany Thomas-Kane – 1:38.40
  • Men 50 back Multi-Class – Michael Anderson – 26.97
  • Women 50 back Multi-Class – Jenna Jones – 32.75
  • Men 400 medley relay – Commercial – 3:30.45
  • Women 400 medley relay – St. Peter’s Western – 3:55.38 (All Comers’ Record)

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Rush
4 years ago

Amazing meet… but I am kind of surprised that it was so poorly visited. A lot of empty seats. Seams like Australia isn’t that hyped about swimming when Thorpe is not competing any more.

commonwombat
Reply to  Rush
4 years ago

Not really; the only times you will ever really see major crowds to swimming in AUS are generally for major international competitions (ie LC World Championships & to a lesser degree Pan Pacs when they’ve been held in AUS) or when they’ve been part of events such as Olympics or CommGames).

Events like SC Nats & State Championships will only see perhaps the families of swimmers if its in their home states. LC Nationals will see bigger crowds and Olympic Trials will often see good sized crowds.

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