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.
2017 QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS Saturday, December 9th (relays only) – Friday, December 15th Prelims at 8:30am local (5:30pm night before EST)…
While competing during this morning’s prelims on the final of the 2017 Australian Short Course Championships, 17-year-old Minna Atherton crushed a new All Comers Record in the women’s 50m backstroke timed final.
“I want to be like Leisel Jones and be one of the best Australians ever seen and go to four Olympics – there (would be) nothing better,” says Seebohm looking ahead to the near future.
The Aussies continuue to put on a show in Adelaide, with Cate Campbell firing off another Australian NR, while Emily Seebohm earned her 25th short course national title.
Cate Campbell, Bronte Campbell, Shayna Jack and more are set to battle in the women’s 50m freestyle after firing off fast morning swims.
Japan’s Olympic medalist Daiya Seto is just one of several heavy-hitting foreign swimmers set to compete at this week’s Australian Short Course Championships. American Jordan Wilimovsky and Lithuanian Ruta Meilutyte are also set to compete, with Aussie talent Kyle Chalmers, Emily Seebohm and the Campbell sisters ready to rock as wel.
On Sunday, Australian swimmers of a variety of levels in South East Queensland combined to set the 100×400 free relay world…
Regan Smith broke the championship record in the women’s 200 back twice on day 3.