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The 2019 National Swimming Championships ended with a bang when Australian Olympians spanning several decades came together for the Legends Relay, finalising a record-breaking competition with some exciting nostalgia
Both National and Commonwealth records continued to be broken at the 2019 Australian Swimming Championships, with the competition due to wrap up on Friday 12 April.
Adelaide’s Olympic Champion Kyle Chalmers thrilled his home crowd at the SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre on night two of the 2019 Australian Swimming Championships, claiming back-to-back Men’s 100m Freestyle titles and beating his Rio 2016 gold-medal-winning time.
It was a whirlwind weekend in Aussie sport, with athletics, swimming, cycling, surfing, diving and paddle all bringing the heat.
It was raining gold for Australia’s Olympic swimmers at the 2019 NSW State Championships, with 12 Olympians finding a place on the podium over the three-day event and Australia looking poised for Tokyo 2020 success.
The Australian Dolphins swim team completed a stellar Pan Pacs campaign, coming home with eight gold, 13 silver and eight bronze medals, as well as shattering six Championship records, over the four-day competition in Tokyo.
Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers is enjoying having the eyes on him heading into the national short course championships in Adelaide starting Thursday.
Defending world champions Mitch Larkin, Emily Seebohm and Bronte Campbell will spearhead a 31-strong Australian Swim Team, named tonight for this year’s FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary in July.
Dual Olympian Cameron McEvoy has taken just 47.91 seconds to signal his return to the top of the world rankings after winning his fourth straight 100m freestyle crown in front of a deafening crowd on the fourth night of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships.