SWIMMING AUSTRALIA OLYMPIC TRIALS
- Saturday, June 12th – Thursday, June 17th
- South Australia Aquatic & Leisure Centre, Adelaide, Australia
- Prelims at 10 am local (8:30 pm Eastern)/Finals at 7 pm local (5:30 am Eastern)
- Sole Olympic-Qualifying Opportunity
- 2021 Swimming Australia Olympic Nomination Criteria
- Meet Site
- Final Start List
- Live Results
- Qualifying Criteria
- Day 6 Prelims Live Stream (Amazon Prime required)
Tonight concluded Day 5 of the 2021 Australian Olympic Trials. So far, we have seen 7 record-breaking swims, which can be viewed here. Seven more swimmers have picked up spots on the team that will travel to Tokyo.
MEN’S 200 FREESTYLE – FINAL
- Kyle Chalmers (MARI) – 1:45.48
- Eli Winnington (STPET) – 1:45.55
- Neil Thomas (RACKL) – 1:45.70
Kyle Chalmers secured his spot on the Australian Olympic Team, winning the 200 free. The nail-biting race also featured Eli Winnington, Neil Thomas, and Alexander Graham all swimming under the standard of 1:45.76. Winnington is guaranteed a spot in Tokyo, while Thomas and Graham will wait to hear about their team selection.
MEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINAL
Chalmers picked up an additional Australian Trials title in the men’s 100 free. He and Matthew Temple touched first and second to make the team.
MEN’S 200 IM – FINAL
Mitch Larkin dominated the men’s 200 IM. He touched first by two body lengths and was the only person to qualify to represent Australia in the event in Tokyo.
WOMEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINAL
Emma McKeon and Cate Campbell battled it out in the final of the women’s 100 free. They will each swim the race in Tokyo, having gone under the qualifying standard of 53.31. Four other women also hit the benchmark but will wait to hear about their status on the team.