Bronte Campbell To Defend World 100FR Crown After 52.85 As Cate Stirs Ghost of Rio

Bronte Campbell - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd

In Day 1 heats at Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships in Brisbane, the world-ranks 100m free topper of 52.78 came from Cate Campbell, the time matching her Olympic record in Rio before the drop. In finals, it was sister Bronte Campbell who took the crown with a 52.85 ticket to the defence of her world title from 2015. The second berth for Budapest world titles went to Emma McKeon, on 53.12. Cate – 53.30, a Rio pattern all but repeated; and then Shayna Jack, on 53.4, a lifetime best

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In Day 1 heats at Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships in Brisbane, the world-ranks 100m free topper of 52.78 came from Cate Campbell, the time matching her Olympic record in Rio before the drop. In finals, it was sister Bronte Campbell who took the crown with a 52.85 ticket to the defence of her world title from 2015. The second berth for Budapest world titles went to Emma McKeon, on 53.12. Cate – 53.30, a Rio pattern all but repeated; and then Shayna Jack, on 53.4, a lifetime best

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