The 4-day Australian Championships, which doubled as the Commonwealth Games Trials, came to a close tonight in Southport, but not before 49 able-bodied and 21 Para Sport athletes were named to the green and gold roster for a home-based Games coming up in April.
Cate Campbell does it again, cracking off a new Australian NR in the 50m freestyle in 23.79, while Mitch Larkin proved he is IM material.
Taylor Ruck pulled off an incredible double on Friday night, posting the world’s #1 200 back time and breaking the Canadian 200 free record.
Hear what day 3 winners, such as teen Kaylee McKeown, had to say in Southport tonight.
2018 AUSTRALIAN SWIMMING TRIALS Wednesday, February 28th – Saturday, March 3rd Optus Aquatic Centre, Marine Parade, Southport, Queensland Prelims at…
Mitch Larkin took on the tough 200 back/200 IM double this morning at the Aussie Trials, making it back in both events’ finals.
King Kyle Chalmers came out on top of the heated men’s 200 freestyle, while Emma McKeon tried the 200 fly/200 free double on for size with 2 silvers as a result.
Emma McKeon pulled a solid double, while the men’s 200 freestyle is set to explode in finals.
It’ll be a big boy showdown between Kyle Chalmers, Cameron McEvoy and others, as the Australian Commonwealth Trials kick-off shortly. This is the first time Trials are being held so close to the main event for the green and gold.
“I swim a lot of races, because it gives me an indication of my physical state,” says Hannah Miley.
Cate CAMPBELL, retour de sa saison sabbatique a été l’auteur des meilleures performances des championnats des Nouvelles Galles du Sud, voici une semaine.
After an impressive win in the men’s 400m freestyle on night 1, 17-year-old Elija Winngington broke out a 200m freestyle victory over seasoned competitors. Emma McKeon was also explosive, registering the 3rd fastest 100m fly in the world this season.
Emily SEEBOHM, 25 ans, a inaugurée sa douzième saison d’internationale australienne… en étant devancée de 4/100e, sur 200 dos, par Kaylee MCKEOWN à l’open de l’état de Victoria.
Olympic champion sprinter Kyle Chalmers clocked a speedy 1:48.29 under heavy training to get the upper hand over teen rival Jack Cartwright.
World champion Emily Seebohm fell just .04 shy of beating youngster Kaylee McKeown in the 200m backstroke tonight in Melbourne.