Day 6 of Australian Olympic Trials: Trickett earns 3rd Olympic bid

While most of the comeback stories have fizzled this year at the Australian Trials, Libby Trickett managed to qualify for the 4×100 relay. Melanie Schlanger and Cate Campbell took the individual spots in 53.85 and 54.01, while Brittany Elmsie, Yolane Kukla, and Alicia Coutts took the other relay spots. In the men’s 200 backstroke, Mitch Larkin and Matson Lawson qualified in 1:57.90 and 1:58.32, in the men’s 200 IM Daniel Tranter and Jayden Hadler with a 1:58.19 and 1:58.99, and in the women’s 200 breaststroke Tessa Wallace and Sally Foster with 2:26.31 and 2:26.51 respectively. Read more here on Swimming World Magazine.


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  1. […] with NSWIS athlete Jayden Hadler on his journey to the 2012 London Olympic Games, who qualified yesterday in the 200 IM. Mmm, jellyfish […]

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