Minna Atherton

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Atherton discussed the Open Nationals race with Australian press after Friday’s final. “It was pretty intimidating,” she said. “But I was just going for the experience and to learn how to race against the older girls. It was a really good experience. I’m looking forward to my races tomorrow and throughout the rest of the year.”

More Gold for Atherton, Chalmers, and Jennen on Day 5 of Australian Age Group Championships

Minna Atherton won the girls’ 14 100 back in 1:01.35 on Friday at the GHF Australian Age Swimming Championships.

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Queenslanders Take Opponents to Task on Day 2 of Australian State Teams Champs

A further nine meet records fell this morning, seven of those to Queensland swimmers, as the second session of the…

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Australia Sending 31 Swimmers to 2014 Jr. Pan Pacs in Hawaii

Australia has announced a 31-swimmer roster for the 2014 Jr. Pan Pacific Championships in Hawaii, where they are expecting to face…

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Blucore introduces “Gene Pool” Sponsorship Program

Swimming News courtesy of Blucore, a SwimSwam partner. Blucore, the company behind the new posture training tool, the Corsuit, has…

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Atherton Takes Down Age Record; Bowles Wins 6th Event, Harvey Wins 7th to Finish Australian Age Championships

The 2014 Australian Age Championships wrapped up their non-disabled portion on Saturday and began to cede way to the para-class…

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Minna Atherton Breaks Australian Age Record at QLD Champs

Calypso Sheridan (left) and Minna Atherton (right) have both won multiple Queensland Age Championships this week. Sheridan in the 14-year olds 100 back and 400 IM, and Atherton’s included a National Age Record.

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