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Ironman star Ali Day to race Optus Swim Sydney Harbour

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Swimming Australia: January 15, 2018: Surfers Paradise Ironman star Ali Day will take a break from Ironman competition this week to swim in the Optus Swim Sydney Harbour on Saturday.

 

He will join Australian Open Surf race champion and open water swim star Ollie Signorini in the 2km Sydney Harbour Race.


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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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2018 NSW STATE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Swimming Australia: January 17, 2018: The Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre will this weekend play host to the three- day 2018 NSW STATE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS from FridayJanuary 19 to Sunday January 21. It will be the final hit out before the Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Trials - The Selection of the Australian Team (February 28-March 3) for this year's Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.


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Emma McKeon’s happy home coming for Commonwealth Games tune up

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Swimming Australia: January 15, 2018: Australia’s most successful 2014 Commonwealth, 2016 Olympic and 2017 World Championship swimmer Emma McKeon will take a step back to her childhood in Wollongong this week.

 

It comes as her multi-event Commonwealth Games campaign continues with a home town training camp after her four gold medal haul at the Victorian State Championships at the Melbourne Sports And Aquatic Centre tonight.


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Larkin and Seebohm turn on the power with Vic States triple treat

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Swimming Australia: January 14, 2018: Backstroking power couple, Mitch Larkin and Emily Seebohm stole the show on night two of the Victorian State Swimming Championships tonight notching three wins from three starts at a chilly, rainy Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.

 

The Queensland partners, Larkin with St Peters Western and Seebohm from Brisbane Grammar showed why they are two of the world’s best and will be very much front and centre when Australia’s finest converge on the Gold Coast next month for the Commonwealth Games Swimming Trials.


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Mc sibblings hungry for golden nuggets at Victorian State Champs

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Swimming Australia: January 12, 2018: Night two of the Victorian State Swimming Championships at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre tonight could well be a tale of Queensland sibblings the McKeowns and the McKeons.

 

Last night saw 16-year-old Kaylee McKeown (USC Spartans) edged out world champion Emily Seebohm (Brisbane Grammar) in a thrilling 200m backstroke final – the world junior record holder out-touching the three time Olympian by 0.04.


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