Is It Time For AUS To Make Podium Comeback?

Thomas Fraser-Holmes (Courtesy: Swimming Australia)

Continuing our mini-series on the strength of relays at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona later this month, we turn to the men’s 4x200m freestyle. Australia has missed the podium on the biggest of occasions at the last two times of asking, in Shanghai and London. Led by Thomas Fraser-Holmes, Australia’s top-Thorpe/Hackett 200m men head to Barcelona as the fastest quartet on paper so far this year

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Continuing our mini-series on the strength of relays at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona later this month, we turn to the men’s 4x200m freestyle. Australia has missed the podium on the biggest of occasions at the last two times of asking, in Shanghai and London. Led by Thomas Fraser-Holmes, Australia’s top-Thorpe/Hackett 200m men head to Barcelona as the fastest quartet on paper so far this year

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nusimo

Theo Fuchs is not selected on the french squad, the last member of the french quartet will probably be William Meynard.

nusimo

Your theorical times for Australia and United States are wrong : the total is 7’05″92 for Australia and 7’06″36 for United States.

Sondre

The Australians might go with James Magnussen as a member of this relay, he swam te 200 at the Australian trials but only swam the heats and did a 1.47 high i think…

anthony

Aus did that world record in 2001 not 2003

Craig Lord

Yes, thanks

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