Missile Cruises Below 48 In 100m Heats

James Magnussen (courtesy: Swimming Australia)

Olympic silver medallist 0.01sec shy of the biggest prize of all, James Magnussen set off on the defence of his 100m freestyle world title in Barcelona this European summer with a 47.97 in heats at the EnergyAustralia national championships in Adelaide this morning; time 2nd in world so far this year just 0.04sec off Vladimir Morozov’s breakthrough in Kazan

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Olympic silver medallist 0.01sec shy of the biggest prize of all, James Magnussen set off on the defence of his 100m freestyle world title in Barcelona this European summer with a 47.97 in heats at the EnergyAustralia national championships in Adelaide this morning; time 2nd in world so far this year just 0.04sec off Vladimir Morozov’s breakthrough in Kazan

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