With the 2019 Australian National Championships serving as qualification for the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships, there were plenty of multi-class swimmers in action on night 2 at the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre.
Not to be overshadowed by Matthew Wilson’s 200m breast performance and Kyle Chalmers big-time 100m free was the fact that Olympic medalist Emma McKeon put up the 7th fastest 100m fly time of her storied career.
Watch how 20-year-old Matthew Wilson threw down the swim of his life on day 2 of the 2019 Australian National Championships.
#KingKyle with 48.47 PB.
Kyle Chalmers hit an eye-popping 47.48 tonight at the Australian National Championships, beating his Rio Olympic gold medal-winning time by a tenth.
20-year-old Matthew Wilson threw down the swim of his life on day 2 of the 2019 Australian National Championships.
Liam Schluter of Queensland took 400m free silver, but crushed his own S14 World Record in the 100m free race tonight at the Australian National Championships.
Aussie Cate Campbell simplyl doesn’t stop.
Cate Campbell, Kyle Chalmers, Cameron McEvoy and Mack Horton are all slated to dive into the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre pool to get some racing in and take home national championship hardware.
In a boost to Australian athletes, including its swimmers, in the lead-up to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, the Federal Government announced a funding injection of more than $54 million over the next 2 years.
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More members are added to the London Roar and Team Iron International Swimming League (ISL) rosters.