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Back in Perth for this week’s State swimming titles and next weekend’s BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series, D’Orsogna still has his eyes firmly fixed on this year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
“The move to Queensland has been refreshing – it was the change I needed,” D’Orsogna said this week.
“I can concentrate on my swimming in a really positive environment.
“My new coach Simon Cusack has had some great recent results with Cate and Bronte Campbell and Christian Sprenger.
“I’m just hoping to do something similar.”