Let’s take a look at how the Aussie men 18&U shook up the junior world rankings after all was said and done at the 2019 Aussie World Trials.
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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Cate Campbell, Bronte Campbell, Emma McKeon and more put together one of the fastest 100 free finals in history tonight in Brisbane.
Cate and Bronte Campbell enter the scene at the 2019 Aussie World Swimming Trails in Brisbane, taking on the 100m free on day 5.
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After winning 5 titles this week in South Australia, Lani Pallister will lead a team of 30 swimmers to the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships.
Breaststroker Adam Peaty (pictured above) headlines a star studded field at the 2019 Miami Super Challenge.
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Elijah Winnington of Bond took home the Swimmer of the Meet honor at this year’s Queensland Championships.
2017 World Championships finalist Kaylee McKeown was back in the Brisbane Aquatic Center pool today, contesting the women’s 200m backstroke as part of the Queensland Championships.
Lani Pallister crushed a new personal best 200 LCM freestyle time of 1:58.79 tonight in Queensland, while Elijah Winnington scored double wins and Thomas Hauck took down a Queensland All Comers Record.
25-year-old Ning Zetao, the 2015 double world champion in 50/100 freestyle, earned his 2nd title of these 2018 Queensland Championships.
Chinese former world champion Ning Zetao indeed hit the pool at Brisbane Aquatic Center to take the 100 free victory at the Queensland Championships.
Olympians Emma McKeon and Mitch Larkin did dirty doubles in Melbourne tonight, collecting two golds apiece.
The Australian State Team Championships wrapped up this week at the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) in Canberra, with powerhouse Queensland wreaking havoc on both the women’s and men’s competition.