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lululemon: Swimming Australia’s first yoga and mindfulness partner

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Swimming Australia: August 7, 2017: Swimming Australia is excited to announce Canadian technical athletic apparel brand, lululemon as the Yoga and Mindfulness partner of the Australian Dolphins Swim Team, from Monday August 7.


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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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Bronze double for Australia as McKeon sets medal record in Budapest

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Swimming Australia: July 31, 2017:  Highlights from night 8:

  • Bronze to Mack Horton in the 1500m freestyle in 14:47.70
  • Bronze to 4x100m medley relay team of Emily Seebohm, Taylor McKeown, Emma McKeon and Bronte Campbell

Standout Performances from the meet:

  • Emma McKeon – 6 medals; the most won by any Australian female at a World Championship event
  • Emily Seebohm Gold in 200m backstroke 2:05.68 – Commonwealth and Australian Record and bronze in the 100m backstroke
  • Mack Horton silver in the 400m freestyle and bronze in the 1500m freestyle.
  • 16-year-old Ariarne Titmus - silver after anchoring the 4x200m freestyle relay and fourth in the 400m freestyle in 4:04.26.
  • 16-year-old Kaylee McKeown fourth in the 200m backstroke in 2:06.76 – world junior record and silver as a heat swimmer in the 4x100m mixed medley relay.

Australia’s Medal Tally:Gold – 1, Silver – 5, Bronze – 4


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Aussies hoping for final night delight at Duna Arena

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Swimming Australia: July 30, 2017:  Australia’s Medal Tally: Gold – 1, Silver – 5, Bronze – 2

How to Watch

The finals will commence at 01:30 AEST and will be broadcast LIVE AND EXCLUSIVE on the Seven Network on 7TWO (please check your local guides for details).


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Gold for Australia as sensational Seebohm successfully defends world title

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Swimming Australia: July 30, 2017:  

Highlights

  • Gold – Emily Seebohm 200m Backstroke 2:05.68
  • Commonwealth and Australian Record, 2:05.68, Emily Seebohm 200m backstroke
  • World Junior record 2:06.76, Kaylee McKeown 200m backstroke
  • 16-year-old Kaylee McKeown fourth in 200m backstroke final
  • Bronte Campbell fifth through to 50m freestyle semi-final

Australia’s Medal Tally:

Gold – 1, Silver – 5, Bronze – 2


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Horton sneaks into 1500m showdown on Sunday night

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Swimming Australia: July 30, 2017:  Australia’s Medal Tally: Gold – 0, Silver – 5, Bronze – 2

How to Watch

The finals will commence at 01:30 AEST and will be broadcast LIVE AND EXCLUSIVE on the Seven Network on 7TWO (please check your local guides for details).


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