The women’s butterfly races are loaded with domestic (Australian) and foreign talent, which has made determinin who will come out on top in each race rather difficult.
Mitch Larkin took on the tough 200 back/200 IM double this morning at the Aussie Trials, making it back in both events’ finals.
18-year-old Laura Taylor threw down a monster personal best to claim her spot on the Australian Commonwealth Games roster.
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.
“I was told to attack it, that’s what I did,” Cate Campbell said of her 200m freestyle victory in Sydney to complete a trifecta of freestyle wins.
Katie McLaughlin will race the women’s 200 fly on day 6 at the World University Games.
Rising Australian sprinter Jack Cartwright had three event wins in the 17-18 age group, with one of his races taking down…
National swimming champions Jenna Strauch and Laura Taylor have been awarded the celebrated Georgina Hope Rinehart Swimming Excellence Scholarship to study at Bond University in 2017.
American Cassidy Bayer dominated the women’s 200 butterfly winning the event by almost four seconds on the first evening of the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships…