James Magnussen and Cameron McEvoy are in good shape for tomorrow’s 100 freestyle final, and Christian Sprenger wins his second medal of the Championships. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
Christian Sprenger and Alicia Coutts combine for three medals on the day for the Australians. (Photo Credit: Victor Puig, victorpuig.com)
Oceania Report, Day 1, Campbell Leads Off In Australian Record, Shows Leadership to Devastated Coutts
Cate Campbell not only was apart of two record breaking swims, she showed incredible leadership to Alicia Coutts, who was devastated after being touched out at the finish, during her post race interview. (Cate Campbell and Bronte Campbell Hugging – Photo courtesy of Swimming Australia / Delly Carr)
Chloe McCardel is attempting to be the first person to swim from Cuba to the United States without the assistance of a shark cage. Photo courtesy of ChloeMcCardel.com
Chloe McCardel is preparing to swim from Cuba to the United States – unassisted by a shark cage or protective swimwear.
Navigational skills are a key component to open water swimming. Photo: Mike Lewis, OlaVistaPhotography.com