We’re gleaning the official entry lists of the 2019 FINA World Championships and reporting items of note, including some head-turners out of Australia.
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17-year-old Regan Smith is the youngest of four teenagers with viable chances for a podium finish in the women’s 200 back this summer.
The current World Record holder, the former World Record holder, the 2016 Olympic Champion, and many other insanely talented women show down in South Korea.
The American, Canadian, and Aussie women will all be gunning for the 2019 medley relay title. With an all-star line-up, it can be anyone’s race.
El británico James Guy es uno de los confirmados a formar parte de los London Roar de cara a la temporada inaugural de la ISL.
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British freestyle and butterfly ace James Guy, among the signees with the London Roar ISL team recently announced at the ISL roster press conference.
Regan Smith broke the junior world record yet again in the women’s 100 back, this time clocking 58.45 to tie Katinka Hosszu for 7th all-time.
Kyle Chalmers completed his trio of sprint wins, while Minna Atherton and Matthew Temple stepped up big-time to make things happen in their events.
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Mitch Larkin leads Aussie men in having earned 3 World Championships qualification times, hitting the mark in the 100m & 200m back and 2IM.
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Minna Atherton talks about her first 100 back PB in three years after winning the event at Australian World Trials on Monday.
King Kyle Chalmers busted out his fastest 200m free of the season, while Mitch Larkin moves into the 2nd slot among the world’s best this season in 100 back.
Aussie backstroking icon Emily Seebohm came up short in the women’s 100m back tonight in Brisbane, but will have another shot in the 200m.