Stacked Field Of Aussies Head To 2020 Queensland C’ships


  • Saturday, December 12th – Friday, December 18th (Day 1 is relays only; Days 5-8 are age group)
  • Brisbane Aquatic Center
  • LCM (50m)
  • Entries/Live Results
  • Live Stream

The 2020 Queensland Championships are set to kick-off this weekend, with big-time Aussie talent ready to throw down at the Brisbane Aquatic Center. Although this is a non-selection meet, the caliber of talent renders virtually every swim a must-watch, as the Aussies are known to put up some brilliant performances on their home turf.

The meet follows the Australian Virtual Championships which concluded last month. We saw Kaylee McKeown fire off a new World Record in the women’s 200m back of 1:58.94 (SCM). She’s entered in this event, along with most every would-be Olympian, save the Campbell sisters and Kyle Chalmers, who is recovering from surgery.

Of note, day 1, December 12th is comprised of relays only, while days 5-8 are non-open events. Additionally, the 50’s events are swum as timed finals here at these Championships.

Below are some key entrants on which to keep your eye this weekend.

Minna Atherton
Jack Cartwright
Elizabeth Dekkers
Bowen Gough
Maddie Gough
Abbey Harkin
Meg Harris
Thomas Fraser-Holmes
Alexander Graham
Thomas Hauck
Chelsea Hodges
Tristan Hollard
Mack Horton
Mitch Larkin
Yolane Kukla
Kareena Lee
Clyde Lewis
Cameron McEvoy
Emma McKeon
Kaylee McKeown
Jack McLoughlin
Kiah Melverton
Taylor McKeown
David Morgan
Leah Neale
Thomas Neill
Kotuku Ngwati
Mollie O’Callaghan
Jake Packard
Lani Pallister
Gabriella Peinier
Michael Pickett (NZL)
Calypso Sheridan
Mikkayla Sheridan
Nick Sloman
William Stockwell
Jenna Strauch
Zac Stubblety-Cook
Laura Taylor
Matthew Temple
Ariarne Titmus
Tessa Wallace
Sam Williamson
Elijah Winnington


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2 years ago

So O’Callaghan scratched the 200 free. 😞

2 years ago

Maybe has somewhere else to be the first 2 days of the meet.

Reply to  Troyy
2 years ago

Open events are only on Sunday Monday and Tuesday I think .

Reply to  Aussieone
2 years ago

She’s not swimming anything on Sunday and Saturday being relays is easily skipped.

2 years ago

I little off-topic but Lani Pallister’s mum has taken a coaching position at Griffith University where Lani is already training with Bohl.

Reply to  Troyy
2 years ago

Chris Wright is moving to the Sunshine Coast so maybe Janelle is taking his position.

2 years ago

Isn’t Matthew Wilson also competing ? Would have been good breastroke match

Reply to  Verram
2 years ago

He’ll be at NSW State Champs instead.

2 years ago

The 50 events now have heats and finals. This is different to other years. In fact, they didn’t used to have 50 of the form strokes, only free.

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