#12 seed Louis Townsend dropped the 100 breast final. Pacific Games medalist Wesley Roberts scratched the 400 free final after placing 8th during prelims.
Hodge tied for first place in the 100 fly Thursday, and already won the 100 back, 200 IM, and 50 back earlier in the meet.
Hodge won both the 200 IM and 50 back.
With the 2019 Australian National Championships serving as qualification for the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships, there were plenty of multi-class swimmers in action on night 2 at the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre.
All a day removed from breaking world records in the 400 free, Aurélie Rivard, Becca Meyers, and Lakeisha Patterson won their respective 100 free races.
Campbell was all smiles after becoming the first woman under 51 seconds.
Larkin’s exceptional swim highlighted a night of record-setting performances
2015 Australian Nationals and Trials: Day Seven Prelims – More Campbell vs Campbell Action in the Women’s 50 Free
We’ll have one more opportunity to watch the Campbell sisters face off against one another: the pair led the 50 free qualifiers through to the semi-finals on the penultimate morning of the 2015 Australian Nationals and Trials.
James Magnussen qualified through to semi-finals of the 50 free during Wednesday morning’s prelims session in Sydney.
Jessica Long of the United States won two more gold medals on the final day of Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships: the 100 free S8 and 100 breast SB7.
Madeleine Scott of Australia is top seed in the women’s 100 breast SB9 at Para Pan Pacs in California.
Selfie on the women’s 100 back S10 podium at Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships.
Daniel Dias (S5-BRA) broke the world record in the men’s 50 fly for S5 with his 33.98 in finals.
The Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships are getting started this morning at the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center in Pasadena, California….