Kylie Palmer sets Australian record on 2nd night of Australian Trials


Kylie Palmer managed an impressive 4:03.40 win and Australian national record in the women’s 400 freestyle at the Austrial Olympic Trials today, qualifying for the Olympics along with Bronte Barratt in 4:05.74. In the 100 butterfly, Alicia Coutts and Jessicah Schipper qualiftied in 57.59 and 57.88 respectively, and in the men’s 100 breaststroke, Christian Sprenger and Brenton Rickard qualified in 59.91 and 1:00.13 respectively. Read more here on SwimNews.


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