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.
Having finished 6th in the 100m back, defending double world champion Mitch Larkin fell back to 15th overall after the men’s 200m back semifinals.
Emma McKeon has collected 2 silvers thus far, but the nation of Australia is still seeking its first gold of these championships.
Until someone finds a way to match Katie Ledecky’s 1:53, it’s going to be hard to beat the Americans in the 800 free relay.
Olympian Madi Wilson will be playing a different role on the Aussie World Championships team this time around than back in 2015.
Beyond the Lane Lines this week reports Nathan Adrian is making waves in the retail world.
A swimcest break-up and a baby boy birthday highlight our first edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines.’
Madi Wilson, member of two Aussie medal-winning Olympic relays, is making the move from St. Peters Western to Bond to continue her quadrennial journey to Tokyo.
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.
Last year’s Aussie national champion across the 50m/100m/200m freestyles will try to nab his 2nd gold tonight, taking on Daniel Smith, Kyle Chalmers, David McKeon and others in the 200m freestyle event.
Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers took on his first individual event at the 2017 Australian National Championships, earning the 6th seed in the men’s 200m freestyle.
Cameron McEvoy topped the world yet again in the men’s 50m freestyle, clocking 21.55.
Madi Wilson of Australia is hoping to kick her national championship meet off right with today’s 100m backstroke.
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