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Australian breaststroker Leiston Pickett reveals the agonising move to re-ignite her Olympic dream
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July 11, 2020 ADELAIDE— London Olympian and two-time Commonwealth Games breaststroke gold medalist Leiston Pickett has revealed the agonizing decision to leave her long time coach to re-ignite her Olympic dream. Twenty-eight-year-old Pickett has made the move from her coach of 14-years, Glenn Baker (Southport Olympic) on Queensland’s Gold Coast to Marion Swim Club (Adelaide) coach Peter Bishop – with Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers and fellow 2016 Olympians Madi Wilson and Travis Mahoney.
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With More Time, Le Clos Looks To Add Another Olympic Event
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March 29, 2020— With just about every other swimmer around the world, 27-year-old Chad Le Clos of South Africa saw his Olympic preparation hurriedly disrupted with the unfolding of the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Just days before the Tokyo Organizing Committee confirmed that this year’s Olympic Games would be moving to 2021, the nation of Turkey where Le Clos’ Energy Standard is based, was set to go into lockdown. All athletes and coaches had roughly 36 hours to leave the country, knocking the original 6-7 week training plan completely off course. With a few days’ worth of reflection und ...
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“Olympics At The Moment…Would Not Be Fair,” Declares Dolphins Coach Jacco Verhaeren
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March 20, 2020— Australia’s head swimming coach Jacco Verhaeren knows first hand that this year’s Tokyo Olympics will not be swum “on a level playing field” and has sent an impassioned and unprecedented message to the world expressing his concerns. To hold;d the Olympic Games from July 24, 2020, would he indicates, be “unfair”. Highlights and the coronavirus (COVD-19) crunch in his message to Olympic bosses.
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Chalmers Butterflying Visit to Sydney Might Just Reap Extra Olympic Race Date With His Mate Dressel
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March 15, 2020— Kyle Chalmers (Marion) may well consider adding the 100m butterfly to his Tokyo Olympic program according to his coach Peter Bishop – who says it’s not off the table. The Rio Olympic 100m freestyle gold medallist showed his hand in Sydney overnight with an eye-catching personal best time of 51.37 – the third fastest time in the world this year. It was his fourth victory in three days as the successful NSW State Open Championships w ...
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McKeon Clocks 1:55.3 200 Free, McKeown Nabs 200 IM/50 Back Double At NSW
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March 15, 2020— In addition to Kyle Chalmers ripping a 51.37 lifetime best in the 100m fly to become Australia’s 3rd fastest performer all-time, there were several other head-turning swims that wrapped up the 2020 New South Wales State Open Championships. For starters, 25-year-old Olympian Emma McKeon turned some heads with her stellar gold medal-worthy time of 1:55.38 tonight in Sydney. After playing it cool in the morning heats with a casual 1:59.65, the Griffith University swimmer unleashed splits of 55.63/59.75 to beat the field by over a second en r ...
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Chalmers Hits 100 Fly Lifetime Best To Become 3rd Fastest Aussie Ever
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March 15, 2020— 21-year-old Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers already wrapped up 3 victories here at the 2020 New South Wales State Open Championships, having topped the podium across the 200m fly, 100m free and 200m free events. To wrap up his meet, the Marion swimmer powered his way to a new lifetime best in the men’s 100m fly, taking his 4th individual gold here in a time of 51.37. Chalmers established himself as the top-seeded swimmer of the morning, hitting a heats swim of 53.58 as the only racer under 54 seconds. Tonight, Chalmers broke through w ...
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Queensland Girls Launch record breaking “Mac Attack” at NSW State Open Championships
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March 14, 2020— A record breaking “Mac Attack” from Queensland girls Emma McKeon and Kaylee McKeown set the Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre alight tonight on a sizzling second finals session at the NSW State Open Championships. With swimming’s immediate competition future cancelled these NSW Championships continue to produce red hot races – with NSW and Australian records tumbling in world best times. In a nutshell, these were the night two highlights: Four-time Rio Olympic medallist McKeon started the night when she finally erased Sydney 2000 Olympic gold medallist Inge de Bruijn’s name from the 100m ...
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Chalmers Hits 3rd Fastest 200 Free Of Career, McKeown With 58.8 100 Back
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March 14, 2020— Swimming is still going on strong down under, as we saw day 2 action of the 2020 New South Wales State Open Championships. Kyle Chalmers , Emma McKeon , and Kaylee McKeown were among the elite performers who brought the heat during day 1 and the trio, plus more, were back in action today at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Center (SOPAC). For 25-year-old Olympian McKeon, we reported how she nailed a new Aussie All Comers Record in the women’s 100m fly to take tonight’s gold in that event. Hitting the wall in 56.36, McKeon logged the 3rd fastest tim ...
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Emma McKeon Breaks Almost 20-Year-Old Aussie All Comers 100 Fly Record
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March 14, 2020— Swimming is still going on strong down under, as day 2 of the 2020 New South Wales State Open Championships took place today at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Center (SOPAC). Day 1 brought super quick times across the board, including Kyle Chalmers ‘s double of a 1:57 200 fly and 48.2 100m free, but Emma McKeon was delightful as well, producing a 100m free time of 53.00 and 50 fly effort of 25.87. McKeon was back at it big time today, hitting a monster time of 56.36 to take the women’s 100m butterfly in a new All Comers Record.
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“Three Amigas” Going Head-To-Head Again In The 100m Backstroke Final in Sydney
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March 14, 2020— The battlelines have been drawn again between Australia’s premier backstrokers Emily Seebohm, Minna Atherton and Kaylee McKeown who will go head-to-head in tonight’s fascinating 100m backstroke final on night two of the NSW State Open Championships at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. The Championships is one of the few sporting events in Australia this weekend with spectators, family and friends in the grandstands, with the country on the verge of a full sporting spectator lockout from Monday. It will be the final opportunity for many swimmers to clock times at a major competi ...
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Kaylee McKeown Continues Record Spree at Drama-Charged NSW State Championships
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March 13, 2020— Queensland teenager and Tokyo Olympic hopeful Kaylee McKeown has up-staged Australian swimming’s biggest names on a drama-charged opening night of the NSW State Championships at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. It was a night that saw Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers win the 200m butterfy-100m freestyle double and Cate Campbell sensationally disqualified before being re-instated to silver in the 100m freestyle final after a successful protest to the Jury of Appeal. Chalmers backed up his power-packed morning swims to again signal his intentions in a year that has already been tu ...
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Chalmers Clocks 1:57 200 Fly/48.2 100 Free, McKeown 2:06 200 Back At NSW
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March 13, 2020— In the midst of swimming meets both small and large being cancelled or postponed around the world, the New South Wales State Open Championships are indeed taking place at Syndey Olympic Park Aquatic Center. As we reported, special instructions regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) were published prior to the meet, including advising against competitor handshakes during medal ceremonies, as well as keeping an eye out for unwell spectators in the stands. Also, this meet is being held against the backdrop that both the Australian Senior and Austra ...
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Greatness On Show for Australia’s Campaign Tokyo Camps - Swimming World News
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Jan. 30, 2020— Australia’s Olympic swimming campaign kick starts in earnest this week with the first of a series of National Event Camps in Brisbane.
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International Swimming League Finale in Las Vegas: Day Two Live Recap
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Dec. 22, 2019— Energy Standard holds a slight lead on the Cali Condors and the London Roar. Tune in to find out who wins the ISL grand finale.
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Caeleb Dressel Resets Florent Manaudou's 50 Free (SCM) World Record at 20.24
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Dec. 20, 2019— Dressel downed Manaudou's five-year-old record while the two swam next to each other at day one of the ISL Grand Finale.
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Which Super-Suited Records Can Be Broken? Tier 1
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July 12, 2019— Our series counts down the supersuited world records most and least likely to be broken. We wrap up with Tier 1: the records that are probably going to fall.
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27 Athletes for 2019 World Championships - Swimming World News
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June 14, 2019— Swimming Australia has named a 27-athlete strong team to take on the World Swimming Championships in July in Gwangju, South Korea in 37 days.
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'Pretty special': Kyle Chalmers stuns with incredible world-first
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June 12, 2019— The Aussie swim star has produced a stunning statement at the national trials.
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Swimming: Olympic champ Chalmers fires world championship warning
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June 12, 2019— Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers fired a world championship warning with a sizzling swim in the blue riband 100m freestyle Wednesday, while Mitch ...
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Swimming World Presents "18th FINA World Aquatics Championships Preview: Men's Swimming" - Swimming World News
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June 2, 2019— Expect the competition to heat up, July 12-28, as the world’s best aquatic athletes from all over the world converge on Kwangju, South Korea.
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