Mitch Larkin Books Ticket To World-Title Defence; Josh Beaver Budapest-Bound, Too

Mitch Larkin - by Delly Carr / Swimming Australia Ltd.

Mitch Larkin booked a ticket to the defence of the world title he claimed in 2015 with a 1:56.66 win over 200m backstroke as Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships got underway in Brisbane. Larkin prevailed in a close challenge that left Josh Beaver celebrating passage to Budapest in July and a silver at national in 1:56.95, 0.17sec clear of target. David Morgan retained the 100 ‘fly crown in 51.8

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Mitch Larkin booked a ticket to the defence of the world title he claimed in 2015 with a 1:56.66 win over 200m backstroke as Hancock Prospecting Australian Championships got underway in Brisbane. Larkin prevailed in a close challenge that left Josh Beaver celebrating passage to Budapest in July and a silver at national in 1:56.95, 0.17sec clear of target. David Morgan retained the 100 ‘fly crown in 51.8

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