Wilson Takes Down His Own 200 Breaststroke Age Group Record

In the semi-final of the 200 breaststroke at the Australian Championships and Trials 16 year old Matthew Wilson took down his own national age group record in the men’s 200 breaststroke posting a time of 2:13.33.

Earlier in the year Wilson set the age group mark by posting a 2:14.18 at the New South Wales State Championships destroying Simon Cowley‘s 1997 record of 2:15.36.

Earlier in the competition Wilson took down another one of Cowley’s records in the men’s 100 breaststroke posting a time of 1:02.36.

As a 15 year old Wilson took the bronze at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in the 200 breaststroke posting a time of 2:14.71, setting a national age group record in the process. He also set the national age group record in the 100 breaststroke at the same meet posting a 1:03.19.

Wilson has been training at SOPAC with Brant Best since 2013.

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Who does Adam Cable coach then ?……..
I thought Brant Best only coached 3 swimmers?


As far as i’ve heard Matt is under Adam Kable. and Brant I’ve heard only coaches Marieke D’Cruz, Nathaniel Romeo and Kurt Herzog

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