The final night in Brisbane saw one more All Comers Record go down, while a 2016 Olympian was upset in the men’s 100m backstroke.
With an additional two gold medals tonight, Aussie Emily Seebohm brought her short course national title total to 12.
This morning, Emily Seebohm scored two Australian Short Course titles in timed finals, while also claiming one top seed for tonight’s session in Brisbane.
Cameron McEvoy headlines the men’s 100m freestyle final set for tonight after clocked the 3rd fastest time of prelims in Brisbane.
Chalmers vs. McEvoy in Brisbane this weekend.
World record-holder Cate Campbell swam through a hernia at the Rio Olympics and will require surgery when she returns to Australia, according to a report from the Sydney Morning Herald.
Cate Campbell has given the freestyle leg on Australia’s medley relay despite fading to 6th in the individual race, getting beaten by her sister Bronte.
The heated grudge-match between Lilly King and Yulia Efimova will take place last night.
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Australian sprinter Kyle Chalmers helped lead the youth’s charge into Rio for Oceanic Olympians on Day 2.
Katie Ledecky will swim her first individual event of these games this morning, taking things out in the heats of the 400m freestyle. The world record holder will be looking to enter her first Olympic final in this event.
Katie Ledecky will take to the pool for her first individual event of the Olympic Games; the 400 free.
Katie Ledecky and Dana Vollmer will both swim in the final of the 400 free relay.
The Australians will use their top two swimmers, Cate and Bronte Campbell, in the prelims of the women’s 400 free relay.
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