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SwimSwam's Top 100 for 2021: Women #10-1
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Feb. 16, 2021— Aside from her World Records and mind-bending times, Katie Ledecky has changed the sport since her breakout 800 free as a 15-year-old at the 2012 Olympics.
        
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SwimSwam's Top 100 for 2021: Women's #20-11
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Feb. 15, 2021— Katinka Hosszu is one of the greatest swimmers of her generation, or any generation, but her results over the last year have left doubts about her Tokyo future.
              
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Aussie Olympic Swimming National Camps Underway
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Feb. 2, 2021— Building on the Dolphins national team camps from 2019, the Australian Olympic swimming program will soon be entering National Event Camps (NEC) season.
  
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Kaylee McKeown Closes South Australia States With Sizzling 2:05.51 in 200 Back
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Jan. 24, 2021— The South Australia State Champs wrapped on Sunday with Kaylee McKeown producing a sizzling mark of 2:05.51 in the 200 backstroke.
     
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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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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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“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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Lilly King Awarded $15,000 Bonus for Undefeated 2019 ISL Season
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Dec. 25, 2019— Lilly King won every race she swam in the 50 breaststroke, 100 breaststroke, 200 breaststroke, and women's 400 medley relay in the 2019 ISL season.
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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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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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