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Cameron McEvoy doubled up on his 50m freestyle national title with a victory in the 100m race tonight, clocking 47.91 for the world’s only sub-48 outing so far this season.
The reigning Olympic champion in the men’s 100m freestyle, Kyle Chalmers, is ready to race his pet event this morning in Brisbane.
St. Peters Western star Emma McKeon will have a busy schedule in Budapest, having qualified for her 3rd individual event tonight.
200m backstroke winner Mitch Larkin tries the 100m distance on for size this morning in Brisbane.
Check out the swift World Championships qualifying times for Swimming Australia.
We’ve seen their aquatic talent on podiums around the world, but get to know the Aussie athletes’ personalities in the Dolphins’ series of ‘A Picnic By The Pool’.
Russia’s Yulia Efimova already snagged the 100m breaststroke gold in Sydney and has set herself up for a run at the 200m.
American Josh Prenot will take on a stacked men’s 200 IM field that includes teammate Michael Andrew, Chinese powerhouse Wang Shun and Japan’s Daiya Seto this morning in Windsor.
Check out who made the cut to represent Australia at December’s Short Course World Championships.
The final night in Brisbane saw one more All Comers Record go down, while a 2016 Olympian was upset in the men’s 100m backstroke.
With an additional two gold medals tonight, Aussie Emily Seebohm brought her short course national title total to 12.
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