Australians Set 3 World Records


Libby Trickett broke her own 100 meter world record at the Australian Short Course Championships on August 10th, clocking 51.01 where her world record from 2005 was 51.70. Her first personal best in 4 years, after taking the week off since Rome 09. Christian Sprenger erased Ed Moses from the record books, with a time of 2:01.98 in the 200 breaststroke, where Moses’ time from 2004 was 2:02.92. And Emily Seebohm set a new 100 individual medley world record, with a time of 58.54 where Natalie Coughlin’s world record from 2002 was 58.80. Read SwimmingWorld Magazine


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