Get an in-depth perspective on all the incredible swims that went down today in Brisbane at the 2020 Queensland Championships.
Kaylee McKeown raced in the women’s 100m free and 100m breaststroke events in QLD, quietly crushing new career-quickest marks in each.
Tras convertirse en la segunda nadadora más rápida en los 100 espalda, Kaylee McKeown, de 19 años, remató con una actuación estelar en los 400 estilos.
Ai Campionati del Queensland Ariarne titmus, Mitch Larkin e Alexander Graham scalano il ranking mondiale stagionale I risultati
Kaylee McKeown stabilisce il nuovo record dell’Oceania nei 100 metri dorso femminili con il tempo di 57,93. E’ la seconda all time
19-year-old Kaylee McKeown turned things on in a big way at these Qld Championships, posting 57.93 in the women’s 100m backstroke.
Kaylee McKeown already produced the world’s 2nd fastest 100m back time ever but decided she wasn’t done here tonight in Queensland.
Read up on the multiple big-time performances which went down today during finals at the 2020 Queensland Swimming Championships.
Es de destacar que el día 1, 12 de diciembre, se compone únicamente de relevos, mientras que los días 5-8 son eventos no abiertos.
We saw Kaylee McKeown throw down a SCM World Record last month. Let’s see what the teen is ready to do at these LCM Queensland C’ships.
Australian 19-year-old Kaylee McKeown trailed Katinka Hosszu’s world record pace the whole way – but made up a half-second on the Iron Lady in the final 50.
Risultati dell’ultima sessione di gare ai Campionati Australiani Virtuali di vasca corta svolti in 5 diverse sedi dell’Australia
In a stacked women’s 50m free final down under, Olympian Cate Campbell roared to the wall first, touching in a mark of 23.68.
Competing at one of the 5 virtual locations of the Australian SC National Championships Mollie O’Callaghan snapped off a time of 26.31 in the 50m back
Australia’s ever-improving Matthew Temple produced his first 100m fly under the 50-second mark to become his nation’s 2nd fastest swimmer all-time.