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.
World Champion Cate Campbell is still learning new tricks, despite being the world’s best sprinter in 2013.
Cate Campbell is two seconds faster than she was at this meet last year, which should be scary for the world’s sprinters.
Luke Percy already won the 50 free at World Juniors; he’ll be looking for a middle lane coming out of Friday’s semifinals in the 100. (Photo: Colin Blair/SwimSwam.com)
Luke Percy was also among the top seeds coming out of prelims, with his coming in the 100 free. (Photo: Colin Blair/SwimSwam.com)
The title went to Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey in 54.47, which broke the Meet Record set by American Lia Neal in 2011 at 54.90. That also re-broke the Hong Kong National Age Group Record for 15-17′s that she set in prelims, and came within a tenth of former NCAA standout Hannah Wilson’s overall National Record.
Gunnar Bentz beat a suddenly energetic final of the men’s 200 IM (Photo: Colin Blair/SwimSwam.com)
Andrew Seliskar became the first 15-16 in American history to clear two minutes in the 200 meter IM. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
World Record holder Ruta Meilutyte has 7 entries in Dubai at the Junior World Championships, including the two events in which she’s the World Record holder. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
Australia will send a much deeper roster to the 2013 Junior World Championships, especially in their women’s team.
Saturday was the final day of the 2013 Australian Age Championships in Adelaide, South Australia, and with the spectacular meet…
In a meet full of stars, 14-year old Kyle Chalmers is standing out even above the crowded list of record…
The South Australia Swim Center in Adelaide has served as the host to record-breaking-swim after record-breaking-swim this week. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Across the country from the New South Wales Championships that drew most of the Australian eyes last weekend, the Brisbane…
Australian Emily Seebohm continued to rack up wins (and most importantly stay healthy) at the Queensland State Championships. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)