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Dolphin discovery Ariarne Titmus caps dream week with 400m freestyle gold

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Swimming Australia: April 13, 2017SIXTEEN-year-old Ariarne Titmus came to the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre this week to make her mark on one event - the women’s 400m freestyle.

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Gold medallists scoop the pool at Swimming’s Gala night of nights

 

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Swimming Australia, November 6, 2016: Olympic champions Kyle Chalmers and Mack Horton and Paralympic golden girl Maddison Elliott were the big winners from Swimming Australia’s Gala Dinner in Brisbane tonight.


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Ariarne Titmus primed for 400m freestyle on final night

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Swimming Australia: April 13, 2017: Rookie on the rise Ariarne Titmus is a classic example of already having a wise head on her young shoulders as she prepares to race tonight’s 400m freestyle final on the final night of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre.


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McEvoy back on top of the world in the 100m freestyle

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Swimming Australia: April 12, 2017: 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 at the Brisbane Aquatic Centre tonight.


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Rio gold and now a world record for Rachael Watson

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Swimming Australia: April 12, 2017: Rio Paralympic golden girl Rachael Watson set the Brisbane Aquatic Centre alight this morning setting a new S4 world record on day four of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships.


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Emma McKeon’s hunger games with three individual events at World Champs

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Swimming Australia: April 11, 2017: Olympic bronze medallist Emma McKeon has produced the second fastest time in the world this year to win the 200m freestyle on night three of the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships in Brisbane tonight and will now have an even bigger program than she did when she rocked Rio last year.


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