Cate Campbell & The Trigger To “possibly the greatest choke in Olympic history”

Cate, left, and Bronte Campbell console each other after the Rio 2016 100m freestyle final - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Stellar, News Corp’s Sunday Down Under brings us some tips in an exclusive that marks the first article in which Australian sprinter Cate Campbell (subscription required) speaks in depth about the events of Rio 2016 and the moment she choked to fall from one of the surest shots of gold at the Games to a sixth-place finish in a time that ranked 39th on her career list of best efforts.

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Stellar, News Corp’s Sunday Down Under brings us some tips in an exclusive that marks the first article in which Australian sprinter Cate Campbell (subscription required) speaks in depth about the events of Rio 2016 and the moment she choked to fall from one of the surest shots of gold at the Games to a sixth-place finish in a time that ranked 39th on her career list of best efforts.

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