2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES Thursday, April 5th – Tuesday, April 10th (swimming) Optus Aquatic Centre, Gold Coast, Australia Prelims at 10:30am…
Mack Horton will compete in the men’s 400 freestyle on day 1 of the Commonwealth Games.
England’s Adam Peaty will seek more glory competing at the rapidly approaching Commonwealth Games.
Aussie Kyle Chalmers has voiced concern over being seeing as a ‘one-hit wonder’ after claiming gold in Rio. His 100m freestyle national title tonight, on top of his 200m freestyle title from night 1, leaves no doubt the kid is the real deal.
After a disappointing 8th place finish in last night’s 200m freestyle final, Aussie Cameron McEvoy claimed the top seed in a very stacked 100m freestyle field.
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.
Cate CAMPBELL, retour de sa saison sabbatique a été l’auteur des meilleures performances des championnats des Nouvelles Galles du Sud, voici une semaine.
The USA’s Chase Kalisz has a chance to win the first individual gold of this meet for the American men in tonight’s 200 IM final.
Caeleb Dressel will swim the mixed 400 medley relay tonight in Budapest.
The Americans are the front-runners, but there is no margin for error in the mixed medley relay.
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Speaking to her elite longevity, Emily Seebohm has just been named to her 6th World Championships roster and she’s still only 24 years of age.
Emily Seebohm saves some speed for the back-end of her 100m backstroke.
200m backstroke winner Mitch Larkin tries the 100m distance on for size this morning in Brisbane.