Pallister, Gough & Hauck Among Those Ready For Queensland SC Prep Meet


  • Saturday, August 28th – Sunday, August 29th
  • Brisbane Aquatic Center, Chandler, QLD, AUS
  • SCM (25m)
  • Entries

Queensland, Australia will have some swimmers in the water this weekend, as the Brisbane Aquatic Center is hosting a short course preparation meet. The meet is open to Swimming Queensland registered competitive swimmers, as well as swimmers registered with clubs affiliated with other state associations and international swimmers who meet clearance criteria.

The two-day affair will see a limited number of spectators, with even coach and club/team manager attendance slots granted on a limited basis. Swimming Queensland says it will actively monitor all relevant guidelines, health directives and restrictions and will communicate any coronavirus-related updates to meet attendees as necessary. Additionally, there are no relays on the meet lineup.

Below is a sampling of the talent ready to get some short course swimming underway at the Brisbane Aquatic Center.

  • Maddy Gough (TSS Aquatic) – 1500m free
  • Chloe Gubecka (Kawana Waters) – 200m/400m/800m free
  • Thomas Hauck (All Saints) – 100m free/400m free, 100m back
  • Kareena Lee (Noosa) – 100m/200m/400m/800m free
  • Thomas Neill (Rackley) – 50m/200m fly, 100m/400m free, 200m IM
  • Lani Pallister (Cotton Tree) – 50m/100m/200m free, 100m fly
  • Sam Short (Rackley) – 400m free, 200m fly
  • Nick Sloman (Noosa) – 200m/400m/1500m free
  • Jenna Strauch (Bond) – 50m breast, 100m free, 200m IM

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7 months ago

Also Thomas Neil

Reply to  Troyy
7 months ago

Plus his new team mate, Sam Short.

Corn Pop
7 months ago

Qld tested 20,000 yesterday & found ONE case. Still it is good practice for swimmers to go to trials with less ppl in tow . Builds mental independence . Coaches can have a day off.

Reply to  Corn Pop
7 months ago

Coaches are still allowed.

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