Having already qualified for Olympic Trials in the 100 fly, Simpson raced to a 9th place finish in the 50 fly at Australian Nationals.
Brazil’s Olympic Trials meet is nearly upon us as we take a look at this week’s big competitions having Tokyo complications.
Zac Stubblety-Cook and Matthew Wilson are set up for another breaststroke duel on the final day of the Australian Swimming Championships: the 200 breast.
The 50 freestyle will serve as a re-match between the two following McKeon’s 100 freestyle victory earlier on in the meet.
Mitch Larkin will race both the 200 back and 200 IM during day 4 finals, having posted the top prelim swim in the back and the 3rd fastest in the IM.
Larkin is now the second-fastest man in the world this season, trailing only fellow 2016 Olympic medalist Evengy Rylov’s 1:53.23.
Incerti managed to clip more than 10 seconds off his 4:00.49 in the 400 freestyle to post the top morning swim and move up 22 places at Australian Nationals.
Following an outstanding day of women’s 200 freestyles, this session will give us a look at how well they will fare in the 100.
New Zealand has become the most recent country to announce that those headed to Tokyo this summer will be permitted to jump the COVID-19 vaccine queue.
The Australian women posted some solid in-season swim across the prelims and finals in the 200 freestyle at 2021 Nationals.
Alex Baumann, already part of Swimming Australia’s administration, will take over as the organization’sChief Executive this May.
Campbell and McKeon led the way with prelim swims of 52.43 and 52.71, respectively during day 2 prelims at Australian Nationals.
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